Recovery Act Funding: Advancing Cancer Research, Improving Health in Communities
NCI's Recovery Act funding is advancing cancer research and care while creating jobs in communities across the country. Learn about funded projects >>
Update: Working toward the Creation of a Cancer Genome Atlas
Addressing the Burden of Breast Cancer through Recovery Act Funding
Training the next generation of researchers in the emerging field of comparative effectiveness research
This is the kind of funding that will continue to allow researchers in the U.S. to really lead the way in the fight against cancer.
—Mark Fluchel, M.D., University of Utah
Recovery Act Funding at NCI
Recovery Act funds enable NCI to move closer to the strategic vision of accelerating cancer research and advancing innovations. In keeping with the spirit of the Recovery Act, NCI has identified seven key objectives that present the greatest potential for fulfilling this strategic vision.
ACTNOW Funding 37 early phase clinical trials of promising new molecularly targeted treatments
NCCCP A network of community cancer centers exploring ways to bring the latest, most advanced cancer care to Americans where they live
The Cancer Genome Atlas Understanding cancer-associated genetic changes
Physical Sciences - Oncology Centers Exploring perspectives from the physical sciences to enhance our understanding of cancer biology
Cancer Centers NCI-designated Cancer Centers are recognized for scientific excellence focused on cancer and cancer-related problems.
Funding deserving projects through grants and contracts.
Recovery Act Investment ReportsSee all reports >>