NCI Summer Curriculum in Cancer Prevention - Additional Lectures for International Participants

The Center for Global Health promotes information exchange and knowledge sharing among international cancer researchers. To acheive this, CGH has compiled a series of NCI Summer Curriculum in Cancer Prevention lectures presented by subject matter experts from NCI, NCI-designated cancer centers, and public and private organizations

Dr. Joe B. Harford: Palliative Care

July 15th, 2013 - Dr. Joe Harford discusses palliative care, pain control, opioid consumption, and resources in low- and middle-income countries.

Dr. Jack Welch: Cancer Drug and Clinical Trial Development in Low and Middle Income Countries

July 17, 2013 - Dr. Jack Welch discusses cancer drug development in the U.S., NCI's infrastructural role in U.S. clinical trials, international collaborations, and NCI trials in resource-constrained settings.

Dr. Brenda Edwards, Dr. Cynthia Vinson and Dr. Ying Zheng: Cancer Registries

July 22, 2013 - This multi-presentation includes an overview of cancer registries in international settings, an example of a cancer registry in China, and cancer control planning.

Dr. Brenda Edwards: Communication Tools – The Value of Cancer Registries

July 29, 2013 - Dr. Brenda Edwards will discuss how to effectively communicate with health decision makers and influencers using cancer registry data.

Mrs. Kellie Mullen: Communication Tools – The Art of Presentation

July 29, 2013 - Mrs. Kellie Mullen will discuss how to effectively communicate with health decision makers and influencers using cancer registry data.

Dr. Damali Martin: What you should know about the grants process

July 31st, 2013 - Dr. Damali Martin discusses how international researchers can navigate the NIH Grants process, including research proposal development, review process, and grant mechanism types.

  • Posted: June 23, 2014