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Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-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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Tools and Tips to Help New & Early-Stage Investigators Approach NIH Funding and Advance Your Science

May 2020

Read the latest newsletter for resources and tips to help new & early stage investigators with grant preparation and submission, new funding opportunities and notices of special interest, and the latest on research at NIH and COVID-19.

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NCI and NIH COVID-19 Resources for Applicants and Grantees

April 2020

NIH is deeply concerned for the health and safety of people involved in NIH-supported research, and about the effects on the biomedical enterprise. Due to the exceptional impact, we want to assure the research community that we will do our part to help you continue your research. In this article, we offer action steps for you to stay updated on NCI and NIH guidance and information as it becomes available and a compilation of recently published grants policy notices, funding announcements, blog posts, and research resources related to COVID-19 that may be of interest.

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What Investigators Need to Know about Updating Informed Consents for the NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy

March 2020

Read this article to ensure you are up to date on NIH consent requirements and expectations for sharing both genomic and non-genomic data.

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NCI Publishes New Provocative Questions Initiative Funding Opportunity Announcements

February 2020

The Provocative Questions Initiative is a research program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) established to stimulate research in perplexing and underexplored areas identified by the cancer research community. In EGRP's February newsletter, we highlight seven Provocative Questions that may be of particular interest to population science researchers.

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