2019 - CGH Spotlight Blog
- Igniting the Cancer Community: CGH at MetaECHO 2019
The NCI Center for Global Health (NCI/CGH) piloted the use of Project ECHO as a way to extend the impact of its evidence dissemination and cancer control planning program. The CGH Project ECHO Program convenes communities of practice in low- and middle-income countries with technical experts and researchers for knowledge exchange about best practices in cancer control research and planning and translation of evidence to inform policy.
- Springtime Brings New Opportunities for Engaging the Global Cancer Research Community
CGH staff highlight the presentations, poster sessions, and unique experiences from cancer research meetings attended this spring.
- An NCI Affordable Cancer Technologies project selected as one of Physics World’s Top Ten Breakthroughs of 2018
Eric Ford from the University of Washington and his team have recently been recognized by Physics World for his NCI-funded work to bring intensity-modulate radiotherapy (IMRT) to low- and middle-income settings.
- CGH Recognizes World Cancer Day 2019
On Monday, February 4, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) will recognize World Cancer Day, (WCD) an initiative of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). The Center for Global Health (CGH) joins partners across the globe to build awareness about progress against cancer and promote knowledge sharing in cancer research and cancer control.