UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) has more than 300 members from 45 departments and 11 schools with research funding totaling over $105 million in 2013.
Benefits of Becoming a Member
UWCCC Members have access to the state-of-the-art Research Services supported by the UWCCC as well as:
- Eligible for core grant funds to support relevant research activities
- Eligible for allocation of UWCCC coordinated space to conduct research activities
- Eligible for UWCCC pilot funding to support appropriate cancer related research activities
- Acknowledge UWCCC membership in cancer-related publications and presentations
- Collaborate with other UWCCC Members to develop and participate in cancer related research activities
- Provide necessary information required for the NCI Cancer Center Support Grant reporting requirements
The primary purpose of the UWCCC is to facilitate cancer research. Thus, cancer research involvement is the primary criterion for UWCCC membership. Many members have published peer reviewed cancer-related research and participate in a UWCCC Disease-Oriented Working Group or Clinical Research Group. Others lead cancer clinical trials or contribute to the overall mission of the UWCCC in areas of patient care and/or community outreach.
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