Cancer Prevention and Control Committee

 

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NRG NCORP solicits PILOT projects addressing Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) priorities

NRG Oncology NCORP is soliciting PILOT projects for applications focused on NRG NCORP Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) priorities that will provide data that will directly lead to future Phase II-III CPC concepts. As put forward in our core grant, CPC priorities for funding include cancer prevention research and cancer control investigation aimed at understanding and/or ameliorating the symptoms and toxicity related to:

  • Neurocognitive function
  • Gender specific symptom reduction
  • Behavioral interventions
  • Treatment dose alterations or delivery
  • Cancer risk reduction
  • Chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy

Integral to these priorities, are the establishment of biospecimen repositories for molecular studies and applications addressing/prioritizing health disparities, the elderly, racial and ethnic minorities, sexual and gender minorities, and rural residents.




Committee Members

  • Hanna Bandos
  • Jennifer Bea
  • Beth Beadle
  • Jeanne Carter
  • Reena Cecchini
  • Dana Chase
  • Tracy Crane
  • Jennifer Dorth
  • Danielle Enserro
  • Britt Erickson
  • Carolyn Fang
  • Vinai Gondi
  • Elizabeth Hile
  • Jordan Kharofa
  • Bridget Koontz
  • Rachel Kupets
  • Lindsay Kuroki
  • Simon Lo
  • Julie Nangia
  • Joshua Palmer
  • Frank Panedo
  • Kathryn Pennington
  • Steven Plaxe
  • Laurel Pracht
  • Stephanie Pugh
  • Erika Radake
  • Lindsay Romak
  • Diane Rose
  • Alison Stopek
  • Nicole Stout
  • Mylin Torres
  • Minh Tam Truong
  • C. Jillian Tsai
  • Lana Uhrig
  • Kathleen Yost

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