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Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News

A monthly e-newsletter with information regarding funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news. Enter your email address to sign up for the newsletter.

January 2016 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • 2015 Research Highlights from Our Grantees
  • NIH's Genomic Data Sharing Policy: Making Sense of Changing Informed Consent Requirements
  • Large-Budget Grant Applications Require 8 Weeks Advance Notice Before Submission
December 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • The Year 2015 in Review:
    • Supporting Researchers
    • Developing New Funding Opportunities
    • Promoting Innovation and Collaboration
    • EGRP Staff Publications
    • Scientific Meetings and Webinar Series
    • Research Resources
    • Listening to Our Readers
  • And much more, including new NIH grants policy announcements, requests for public comments on research-related issues, and upcoming scientific webinars and workshops.
November 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Funding Opportunities for NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program
  • NCI Omnibus R21 Funding Expires: What Now?
  • Spotlight on Dietary and Physical Activity Assessment: Tools & Resources
October 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Leadership transitions in EGRP
  • Important budget and data-sharing requirements for large-budget grant applications
September 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Comments sought by December 7, 2015 on proposed changes to the "Common Rule" to improve protections for human research subjects
  • Recent Think Tank generates ideas and opportunities for improving research on understudied populations
August 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • How Can Prize Competitions Advance Cancer Genomics Research?
  • NCI Needs Your Input to Improve Biospecimen Resources
July 2015 E-NewsletterExternal Web Site Policy
  • Registration open for EGRP symposium on precision cancer screening
  • EGRP fellowships help train the next generation of epidemiologists and public health professionals

Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog

The Cancer Epidemiology Matters blog fostered dialogue between EGRP, extramural researchers, and other individuals who are interested in cancer epidemiology and genomics. This archive contains posts by EGRP staff from March 2012 through August 2015.

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