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COMPREHENSIVE MINORITY BIOMEDICAL BRANCH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE

COMPREHENSIVE MINORITY BIOMEDICAL BRANCH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE

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COMPREHENSIVE MINORITY BIOMEDICAL BRANCH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE

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  1. COMPREHENSIVE MINORITY BIOMEDICAL BRANCH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE California State University Los Angeles/City of Hope (P20) Partnership April 19th, 2007 CSULA-COH Collaborative to Study Cancer Disparities Program Director: Mrs. Belinda Locke, NCI, NIH Minority Institution Cancer Center Partnership Program (MICCP)

  2. Comprehensive Minority Biomedical Branch Dr. Sanya Springfield, Director, Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities CMBB Staff • Dr. Nelson Aguila, Acting Branch Chief, Program Director, CMBB • F31 Fellowship, MICCP • Dr. Peter Ogunbiyi, Program Director • Supplements, MICCP • Ms. Belinda Locke, Program Director • K Awards, MICCP • Ms. LaShell Gaskins, Program Analyst • Supplements

  3. MINORITY INSTITUTION CANCER CENTER PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM MICCP Program • Funding Mechanisms: P20, U56, U54 • Target Areas: Research, Training/Career Development, Outreach, Education Goals and Objectives • Build and stabilize competitive research and training capabilities at MSIs • Create long-term collaborations between MSI NCI-CC in the areas of research, training, education and outreach • Improve the effectiveness of CC in addressing health disparities in ethnic minority and underserved populations in the region it serves

  4. CSULA-COH Collaborative to Study Cancer Disparities Components • Administrative Core • Internal Advisory Committee (IAC) • Pilot Project Faculty • Laboratory Mentors • CSULA Students Focus • Cancer Research • Training and Career Development

  5. CSULA-COH Collaborative to Study Cancer Disparities: Expectations • Population Based Research/Career Development (faculty) • Cited Joint Publications • Joint Grant Applications • Faculty Career Development Tracking • Faculty Recruitment • Faculty Membership with Cancer Center • Laboratory Based Research Student Training, Distinguished Speaker Series, and PhD Preparedness • Presentations/Attendance to Local/National Meetings • Inclusion on Publications • Tracking (name, level, involvement, outcomes) • Increased Numbers of Minority Student PhD Program Enrollment

  6. Funding Opportunities in Health Disparities Research • CMBB Opportunities • NRSA Individual Pre-doctoral Fellowship (F31) to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research • NCI Mentored Career Development Award to Promote Diversity (K01) • NCI Mentored Clinical Science Award to Promote Diversity (K08) • NCI Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Award to Promote Diversity (K23) • NCI Transition Career Development Award to Promote Diversity (K22) • CTB Opportunities • NRSA Individual Post-doctoral Fellowship (F32) – Contact, Ms. Nancy Lohrey • K99/R00 – Contact, Dr. David Eckstein • Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) • R03, R21, and R01- Contact, Ms. Veronica Chollette Website: http://dccps.nci.nih.gov • AACR/CMBB Minority and Faculty Travel Awards

  7. Progress Report (PHS2590) • Due 60 days before beginning of new budget period (9/20/2006 - 7/31/2007; 5/31/2007) • Summary Page of Achievements • Project: Publications, Grant Applications, Trainees • Response to Summary Statement Concerns • Significant Changes/Justifications • P20 Progress Including Mentor’ Statement

  8. CSULA-COH Challenges • Budget Restoration • Summary Statement Issues: • Evaluation • Meetings and Decision-Making Details • IAC Internal Functioning • CSULA Student Recruitment to Pilots • Faculty Release Time for Developmental Workshops

  9. Save-the-Date Minority Institution Cancer Center Partnership Funded Investigator Workshop Bethesda, MD September 6-7, 2007

  10. Contacts • Ms.Belinda Locke Tel: 301-496-7344 Lockeb@mail.nih.gov • Barbara Fisher Fisherb@mail.nih.gov