Cancer Institute A national cancer institute
designated cancer center

Stanford Cancer Institute Membership

I. Overview

Stanford received a Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in June 2007. The major purpose of a cancer center is to promote discovery relevant to the pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of cancer, and to capitolize onthose discoveries to benefit patients and the community.  The NCI awardsCCSGs to institutions that have a critical mass of cancer-relevant scientific, clinical and population-based research. To that end, the leadership of the Cancer Institute would like to identify all of those individuals within the broad Stanford community whose research and/or patient care activities are relevant to cancer and to encourage them to apply for membership.

II. Membership Criteria, Expectations and Benefits

Criteria

Expectations

General

  • Members conduct and promote cancer research, particularly collaborative and/or inter-, multi-, or transdisciplinary cancer research; and
  • Members also support clinical care, education/training or outreach in a cancer-related discipline.

Specific

Benefits

III. Types of Membership

Member: Stanford and CPIC faculty who have a demonstrated record of basic research, clinical research, or research in any of the population sciences (epidemiology, cancer prevention, nutrition, health behavior, dissemination etc.) with peer-reviewed funding. Peer-reviewed funding is not required of clinical faculty actively participating in clinical research activities.

Associate Member: Faculty and staff, including clinicians and health care professionals, who have an interest and involvement in cancer-related disciplines, but do not have specific research projects or do not have peer-reviewed funding. Publications are encouraged, but not required.

Emeritus Member: Retiring members and/or distinguished senior faculty and researchers from Stanford University, CPIC or other local cancer-relevent organizations.

Forms:

Membership Application Form

NIH biosketch instructions and sample (May 2015)

NIH biosketch blank format page (May 2015)

SCI Membership Contact:

Karen Tran
kmtran@stanford.edu

 

IV. Cancer Institute Programs

The Cancer Institute formal programs are:

V. Cancer Institute Shared Facilities

The Cancer Institute Shared Resource facilities are:

Stanford Medicine Resources:

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