Successful proposals for UHAND
pilot projects will:
  1. Describe an innovative research project designed to affect cancer-related health disparities related to cancer-related risk behaviors;

  2. Focus on black or Hispanic groups;

  3. Specify how community stakeholders can be included in the proposed study (recruitment source, research collaborator, study implementation, etc.);

  4. Clearly specify plans and mechanisms for long-term collaborations; and

  5. Provide roles for one or more educational trainees of the larger P20 partnership (undergraduates, graduate students, or postdoctoral fellows).


More application information TBA in 2018.

The UHAND Partnership is funded by the National Cancer Institute (P20CA221696 and P20CA221697).

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