Funding for Global Research and Training
CGH helps reduce the global burden of cancer by strengthening research capacity through funding and training. Below you will find the most recent funding opportunities that are relevant to our work.
Current Funding Opportunities
Learn more about current international cancer research and cancer control funding opportunities developed by CGH or supported in collaboration with other NIH Institutes and Centers.
The purpose of this Notice is to clarify that various cancer-related topics for conferences and scientific meetings that are appropriate for PA-16-294 include topics that are relevant to the scientific mission of the NCI's Center for Global Health, which is to help reduce the global burden of cancer.
Parallel Funding Initiative for Collaborative Research Between Investigators in the USA and in the State of São Paulo, Brazil
The National Institute of Health (NIH) and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), Brazil, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to encourage collaborative international research between investigators in the US and in the State of São Paulo. The two funding agencies intend to jointly support (parallel funding) successful R01 applications to the NIH that fall within research areas of mutual interest, including single disciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches and topics.
Previously Funded Initiatives
Learn more about CGH’s previously funded research grants and initiatives. Download list of CGH previously funded initiatives.
Learn more about training opportunities available to U.S. and international students, scientists, and health care professionals.
The U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Center for Global Health (CGH) fellowship provides recent college graduates who are planning to apply to graduate or professional (public health/research/medical/dental/nursing/pharmacy) school or have a medical degree an opportunity to spend one or two years (not to exceed two years) performing full-time work in the global cancer field at NCI. Fellows work with NCI staff to develop and implement projects that support strengthening of cancer research and cancer control globally. The NCI Center for Global Health is particularly interested in applicants who have either volunteered or worked in a low- or middle-income country or with disadvantaged populations in high-income countries.
This program offers two short-term cancer prevention training courses in Rockville, MD to international scientists and healthcare professionals from LMICs and the All-Ireland Cancer Consortium (AICC).