DF/HCC Limited Opportunity: DCCPS Supplements

The following NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences P30 supplement announcements have been released, and DF/HCC has been granted 1 nomination per opportunity. Please read the summaries below and click to download the RFA for any that are of interest.

Pre-Submission Informational Webinar

An informational webinar will be held regarding the COE opportunity on Monday, April 19, 2021, 1:30 PM EST. Please see the COE RFA document below for password and call-in information.

DF/HCC LOI & Internal Deadline

DF/HCC may submit one application for each of these supplements, and as such requires an internal vetting process to determine which applications to put forward, with the following key dates:
Letter of Intent (LOI) to DF/HCC: April 15, 2021 (5pm) to deborah_goff@dfci.harvard.edu
DF/HCC Nominated Applicants Notified: April 23, 2021
Full Application Deadline to NCI: May 21, 2021

The LOI should be submitted to Deborah Goff, PhD via email no later than April 15, 2021 at 5pm and should contain the following:

  • Name, academic title, institutional affiliation
  • Supplement Opportunity for which you would like to be considered
  • Title plus one-page description of project
  • NIH biosketch for key project personnel

 

Disparities in Outcomes Among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Amount: Up to $150,000 for one year
Purpose: For NCI-designated Cancer Centers to identify barriers to equity in care for childhood cancer survivors. Cancer centers are encouraged to conduct observational studies or pilot interventions focused on understanding and/or addressing disparities in outcomes related to organizational, health system, or community-level factors.

Partnerships with Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions

Amount: Up to $150,000 for one year
Purpose: To demonstrably improve how NCI-Designated Cancer Centers collaborate and work with comprehensive cancer control coalitions to identify priorities for cancer control within the center’s catchment area, co-create a project that advances those priorities, and evaluates the impact of the project on cancer control targets. 

Persistent Poverty Areas

Amount: Up to $200,000 for one year
Purpose: To provide resources to support the time and effort of multidisciplinary teams at NCI-Designated Cancer Centers, in collaboration with clinics that serve underserved populations living in persistent poverty areas, to plan, implement, and sustain a cancer control research program that focuses on low-income and/or underserved populations.