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EGRP Cancer Epidemiology News

EGRP Cancer Epidemiology News is a monthly e-newsletter with information regarding funding opportunities related to cancer epidemiology, grantsmanship issues, research resources, and other relevant news.

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New Funding Opportunities for Cancer Epidemiology Cohorts

June 2022

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has a long history of supporting cancer epidemiology cohort studies. In April 2022, NCI published two new funding opportunity announcements that will support new and established cancer epidemiology cohort studies.

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NIH & NCI-Funded Genomics Datasets for Secondary Analysis

May 2022

NIH and NCI have made significant investments in the generation of large-scale genomic data. Learn more about datasets from the Genetic Associations and Mechanisms in Oncology (GAME-ON) initiative and the NIH All of Us Research Program.

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Consortia-Based Analyses Made Easy: Introducing COMETS Analytics

April 2022

COMETS Analytics is a free, publicly available online tool designed to run standardized and reproducible consortium-based analyses. This tool was designed with metabolomics in mind, but it can also be used to perform non-metabolomics analyses.

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Updated Sample Grant Applications and Other Resources for Early Stage Investigators

March 2022

It is challenging for early stage investigators (ESIs) to obtain NIH funding for their research. Learn about resources available through NCI, the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS), and EGRP to help ESIs prepare and submit successful grant applications.

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Research Highlights

EGRP Research Highlights

Each year, the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program publishes a Research Highlights list to showcase a selection of recent publications resulting from research projects in the EGRP grant portfolio.



View the 2021 Research Highlights