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Initiative to Eliminate Cancer Disparities

Announcements & Funding

March 21, 2014

Funding Announcement: Developmental Research Award - Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE) in Brain Cancer

The Neuro-Oncology Program at the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) is seeking applications for developmental research projects focused on adult or pediatric gliomas.[more]


March 21, 2014

Leadership Forum on Health Care Disparities - Massachusetts Medical Society and the Commission to End Health Care Disparities,

This April 4, 2014, forum, will include presentations by leading experts on the current state of health care disparities and discussion of opportunities to eliminate these disparities in Massachusetts and nationwide.[more]


March 21, 2014

Healthcare Quality and Equity Action Forum: Pursuing High-Value Healthcare

This June 19 - 20, 2014 forum will provide the background, key drivers, and essential strategies to improve quality and achieve equity in a time of rapid healthcare system change.[more]


March 21, 2014

Colloquium: Minority-Serving Hospitals as Clinical Trial Sites: The Opportunities and Challenges

The Clinical Trial Engagement Network invites you to this special event on April 29, 2014.[more]


March 21, 2014

News from the Office of Minority Health, March 2014

This e-newsletter was part of a March 11, 2014 Office of Minority Health Weekly Digest Bulletin.[more]


March 21, 2014

Medicine and the Civil War Series - Was the Civil War a Health Disaster?

On April 10, 2014, Professor Andrew Delbanco will speak about the political and cultural situations leading up to the war between the states, and public health organizations that arose to meet the need to care for the wounded and...[more]


March 21, 2014

Applications welcome for SHRINE Clinic for Health Disparities Research, April 4, 2014

Applications welcome by March 21, 2014 for this April 4, 2014 event.[more]


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