8th Annual Symposium on Global Cancer Research @ the Consortium of Universities for Global Health Annual Conference

  •  2020 Stigma Research Training Institute

Call for Applications
The National Cancer Institute, in collaboration with Fogarty International Center and our NIH partners, is hosting a short-term Stigma Research Training Institute on June 8-11, 2020 in Bethesda, MD. The Institute is intended to promote transdisciplinary and novel health-related stigma research methods to a cohort of researchers from diverse fields to strengthen research capacity in this area. Eligible applicants may submit proposals to
CRDF Global through February 10, 2020.

ยท        Notice of Intent to Publish: Strengthening Institutional Capacity to Conduct Global Cancer Research (D43)

The National Cancer Institute intends to publish the Strengthening Institutional Capacity to Conduct Global Cancer Research (D43) funding opportunity announcement (FOA) as a request for applications that will invite applications from U.S.-based cancer-research intensive institutions who propose research training programs working in collaboration with a low-and middle-income country institution to strengthen capacity to conduct global research. The overarching goal of this research training program is to provide investigators and health professionals with the scientific expertise, mentorship, and leadership skills needed to conduct innovative and collaborative global research projects that will contribute to the advancement of basic, clinical, translational, and population-based cancer research. This FOA is expected to be published in the NIH Guide in the winter of 2020, with expected application due dates in spring 2020 and winter 2021.

This funding opportunity supports high quality scientific conferences that are relevant to the NIH's mission and to the public health. 

 

If you or your organization know of training opportunities that you would like us to share, please contact Farrah.Denis@nih.gov.



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