NCI Registration

As of July 31, 2017, all individuals involved in the conduct of NCI-supported trials as an Investigator (IVR), Non-Physician Investigator (NPIVR), or Associate Plus (AP) are required to register annually in the NCI's Registration and Credentially Repository (RCR). Individuals must first create a CTEP IAM account before completing the RCR application.


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What is a Registration Coordinator (RC)?

A Registration Coordinator (RC) can assist someone who needs to register in RCR by updating registration entries on behalf of the profile owner. 

The RC can view and update all registration documents for the profile owner (except the Financial Disclosure Form [FDF]) but cannot sign or submit the documents as this must be completed by each individual person registering with the NCI. The RC can send notifications through the RCR system alerting the profile owner that their documents are ready for signature and submission.


Who is my Registration Coordinator (RC)?

If you are a new physician (IVR role) who needs to register in RCR, please contact Janet Coletti in the Office of Data Quality.

Non-physicians (NP-IVR and AP roles) may contact the registration coordinators at their home institution:

  • MGH: Patrick Mostyn; Shannon Himber
  • BIDMC: Christine Conley/Linda Keys
  • DFCI: Please contact the research manager for your disease program.
  • BWH and BCH: No institutional resource identified.

How does one become a Registration Coordinator?

Requests to become a registration coordinator must be sent via email to the CTEP REGHELP mailbox. Please contact ODQ if the registration coordinators for your institution are changing so that this page can be updated.


Email Subject: Make Me a Registration Coordinator

Please include the following in your request:

  • Institution Name and ID number:  For example [MGH=MA034, DFCI=MA036, BIDMC (MA038)]
  • Name of Person who will be the RC (ID number if known)
  • Name of Back-up RC (if applicable)
  • List of Profiles to be linked to

Resources for RCs

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