Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials (CCCT)

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The Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials (CCCT) plays a key role in supporting NCI’s clinical and translational research programs to advance science and patient care. For more information on clinical trials use NCIs clinical trials research page. To find an NCI-sponsored clinical trial, use our clinical trials search.

Scientific Steering Committees

A functional overview of NCI's Scientific Steering Committees (SSCs). SSCs are tasked with evaluating and prioritizing clinical trials based on scientific merit in a transparent process.

Clinical Trials and Translational Research Advisory Committee

CCCT supports the NCI Clinical Trials and Translational Research Advisory Committee (CTAC), an external oversight committee that advises NCI leadership on ways to enhance NCI's clinical and translational research enterprises.

Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities supported by CCCT, including BIQSFP funding for biomarker, imaging, quality of life and cost effectiveness studies associated with clinical trials and CCITLA support for mid-career clinical investigators at NCI-designated Cancer Centers.

Resources

In an effort to enhance NCI's clinical trials and translational research enterprises, CCCT implements programs in response to recommendations from NCI advisory boards and strategic working groups.

About CCCT

An overview of how the Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials supports NCI's clinical trials and translational research enterprises. Includes CCCT contact information.