Epidemiology & Genomics Research Program
Supporting research in human populations to understand determinants of cancer occurrence and outcomes and translating findings to clinical and public health interventions.
Core Infrastructure Support for Cancer Epidemiology Cohorts
U01 - Clinical Trial Not Allowed
Expires November 10, 2022
Secondary Analysis and Integration of Existing Data to Elucidate the Genetic Architecture of Cancer Risk and Related Outcomes
Genomic Expert Curation Panels
U24 - Clinical Trial Not Allowed
Expires May 27, 2022
Diet and Physical Activity Assessment Methodology
Research to Reduce Morbidity and Improve Care for Pediatric, and Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Survivors
Mechanisms of Disparities in Etiology and Outcomes of Lung Cancer in the U.S.: The Role of Risk and Protective Factors
Meet Our Associate Director
An Interview with Kathy J. Helzlsouer, M.D., M.H.S.
Dr. Helzlsouer speaks about her background in oncology and epidemiology, the people and experiences that drive her passion for cancer research, and her ideas about future directions for EGRP.Watch the Interview
Bolstering Research on Chemical and Physical Exposures and Cancer
Humans are exposed to a wide variety of chemical and physical agents throughout the course of their lives. These agents can have profound effects on human health, including cancer. Read how EGRP is committed to supporting the study of chemical and physical agents and their contribution and effects on cancer risk.
New Videos in the Video Library
Check out the new additions to our video library, which features 20+ archived cancer epidemiology webinars and presentations.
Information on Notices of Special Interest (NOSIs) and How They Work
A NOSI describes aims in a specific scientific area and points to one or more funding opportunity announcements that investigators can apply to for support. Visit our overview of NOSIs for additional details.
Fellow Sought for Diet, Weight, and/or Physical Activity Assessment
The Cancer Research Training Award (CRTA) Fellowship is a rich learning experience that gives the successful candidate the opportunity to work with teams of scientists and public health professionals at NCI.