Texas A&M Cancer Research Council
The Texas A&M Cancer Research Council (CRC) online portal is designed to provide faculty-researchers at Texas A&M University, the Texas A&M Health Science Center, and other investigators across the state with information about funding opportunities and solicitations offered by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) and by federal research sponsors and foundation. The portal facilitates access to Texas A&M programs and scientists involved in cancer research.
For more, see the Announcements Archive.
- Hope for Life Luncheon featuring
Dr. John E. Pippen
Noon, October 30, 2013
Health Professions Education Building, Room LL-30, Health Science Center, Bryan campus
Dr. Pippen is a medical oncologist and chair of the Breast Tumor Site Committee at the Baylor-Sammons Cancer Center in Dallas, TX. He also is Professor of Medicine in the Principal Faculty, Non-Tenure Track in the Department of Internal Medicine, Texas A&M Health Science Center.
Dr. Pippen takes care of many breast cancer patients and is actively involved in clinical trials with the US Oncology network. He will speak on his research and treatment activities and answer any questions regarding Oncology, patients with cancer, new oncology research, residency in oncology, and much more.
Lunch will be provided; RSVP necessary.
Information and Resources for A&M Cancer Researchers
- Roadmap to Resuming Grant Awards
Since the legislature passed SB 149 in 2013, CPRIT has been moving ahead with efforts to resume the agency’s grant awards process. View the CPRIT Roadmap to Resuming Grant Awards for a timeline and summary of activities and priorities critical for the agency to resume the grant awards process with deliberate purpose, accountability and transparency.