EGRP News Flash - July 31, 2014

July Issue of Cancer Epidemiology E-News Highlights Webinar Series on Transforming Epidemiology; Accelerating Research on the Role of Inflammation in Cancer; and Complying with the Public Access Policy

The July issue of the Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News is now available and includes information about the following:

  • Registration for a new webinar series that begins in August, focusing on advancing methods for transforming epidemiology research and creating an online community for epidemiology researchers
  • Learn about a June 2014 NCI workshop aimed at accelerating the use of multiple assays to uncover the role of inflammation in cancer
  • Tips to help researchers navigate the NIH Public Access Policy
  • NIH Funding Opportunity Announcement
    • Outstanding Investigator Award (R35)
  • Job Opportunities
    • Program Director for Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Branch
    • Program Director for Host Susceptibility Factors Branch
    • Cancer Research Training Award Fellow, Genomic Epidemiology
    • Environmental or Occupational Epidemiologist for DCEG's Radiation Epidemiology Branch
    • NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship
  • Upcoming Seminars, Workshops, and Training Opportunities
  • Blog Posts:
    • "Formula for Innovation: People + Ideas = Time" — Drs. Francis Collins and Sally Rockey, NIH Director's Blog
    • "How Do Multi-PI Applications Fare?" — Dr. Sally Rockey, Rock Talk

View the July newsletter issue.External Web Site Policy

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Questions or comments about Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News may be directed to EGRP's communications team at NCIEpiCommunications@mail.nih.gov.

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