The Texas A&M Cancer Research Council (CRC), formed in partnership with the offices of the Vice President for Research at Texas A&M and the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies at the Texas A&M Health Science Center, was created to enhance and facilitate Texas A&M faculty-researchers’ response to Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) funding opportunities.

CRC members are key faculty-researchers who have an interest in cancer research and recognize the scope of opportunities and resources available at the Texas A&M Health Science Center and Texas A&M. The primary purpose of the CRC is to act as an institutional “response team” to identify opportunities from CPRIT and from other cancer-focused funding programs and sponsors.

The CRC also provides counsel and guidance to faculty-researchers and administrators on cancer-related initiatives.

View a list of CRC members, including faculty-researchers and staff from Texas A&M and the Texas A&M Health Science Center. Sign up for the CRC Google Group, created to help keep faculty-researchers apprised of important and timely information regarding activities and initiatives of CPRIT and other organizations.