CGH’s Third Year with NCI: Progress, Partnerships, & Possibilities
June 23, 2014 by Ted Trimble
The Center for Global Health (CGH) is embarking on its third year within the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and I am pleased with the extraordinary progress and achievements made by our dedicated staff members. CGH has established new, and strengthened ongoing, initiatives and programs with great success, including the regional Leadership Forums for Cancer Control Planning, the United States – Latin America Cancer Research Network, and the regional Grant Writing Workshops. We have also developed several funding opportunities in collaboration with partners across NIH and our stakeholders. I feel that one of our greatest accomplishments is the partnerships we have forged across the globe to support mutual interests in cancer research and help advance the worldwide fight against cancer.
Our newly redesigned website features the CGH Spotlight, a blog forum for CGH staff members to share stories and information about CGH events, news, and happenings. We have also enhanced our site navigation and overall content to tell a more holistic story about who we are, what we do, and the importance of supporting global health.
I invite you to explore our website and read more about the many programs and initiatives undertaken by our committed staff, with whom I am extremely proud to work with every day.
2013 Awardees: Request for Proposals for Pilot Collaborations with Low- and Mid-Income Countries (LMICs) in Global Cancer Research or Global Health Research at NCI-Designated Cancer Centers