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PLANNING GRANT FOR MINORITY INSTITUTION/CANCER CENTER COLLABORATION: CA-02-006

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Purpose: The National Cancer Institute (NCI) invites planning grant applications (i.e., P20s) to help researchers and faculty in Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in collaboration with the researchers and faculty of NCI-designated Cancer Centers (or other institutions with highly organized, integrated research efforts focused on cancer) plan and implement focused collaborations in cancer research, cancer research training and career development or cancer education that will lead to the submission of specific grant applications traditionally supported by the NCI. Depending on prior experience, interactions and progress in planning, applicants may apply for two-year or three-year P20 MI/CCP awards. Applicants requesting three years of support must clearly describe a planning stage, a priority setting stage, and an implementation stage. Applicants requesting two years of support who have already identified areas of …

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