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The Geographic Management of

Cancer Health Disparities Program

Fostering cooperation and collaboration among researchers, students and trainees, and community health educators, GMaP seeks to contribute to the science of cancer and CHD research, promote the development of the next generation of competitive, underrepresented cancer and CHD investigators, and enhance access to cancer information and research among underserved communities.

 

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The Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE)


The Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD) CURE program offers unique training and career development opportunities to enhance and increase diversity in the cancer and cancer health disparities research workforce. The CURE program supports promising candidates from middle school through junior investigator levels, and provides them with a continuum of competitive funding opportunities.

 

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

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