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August 2018 (Note: updated September 18, 2018)
Carryover is the process by which unobligated funds remaining at the end of a budget period may be carried forward to cover allowable costs in the next budget period.
New Webinar Series to Highlight Progress, Opportunities, and Challenges in Epidemiologic Studies of Rare Cancer
EGRP has developed a new webinar series focused on research on rare cancers in order to highlight work being done to investigate various aspects of these cancers and to better understand the challenges–and strategies to overcome these challenges–related to studying rare cancers.
Calling Investigators with Active NCI Grants - New Administrative Supplement Opportunities for Cancer Control Research
NCI's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences welcomes administrative supplement applications from investigators with current NCI grant awards to support cancer control research in three priority areas - pediatric cancer control, integrative data analysis, and cancer disparities.
Biospecimens are valuable research resources in population-based studies and are vital to increasing our understanding of disease etiology, discovering biomarkers for early disease detection, and more. A number of NCI and NIH websites provide information that may facilitate biospecimen-sharing and scientific collaboration.