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Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Prevention Programs

Competitive Continuation/Expansion: Evidence-Based Cancer Prevention Services

This award mechanism seeks to fund continuation or expansion of previously funded projects that have demonstrated exemplary success. The proposed project must greatly challenge the status quo in the delivery of evidence-based cancer prevention and control services.
Award: Maximum of $1.5M; Maximum duration of 36 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Competitive Continuation/Expansion: Health Behavior Change Through Professional Education

This award mechanism seeks to fund continuation or expansion of previously funded projects that have demonstrated exemplary success. The proposed project must greatly challenge the status quo in cancer prevention and control education of health care professionals.
Award: Maximum of $150,000; Maximum duration of 24 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Competitive Continuation/Expansion: Health Behavior Change Through Public and Professional Education

This award mechanism seeks to fund continuation or expansion of previously funded projects that have demonstrated exemplary success. The proposed project must greatly challenge the status quo in cancer prevention and control education of both healthcare professionals and the public.
Award: Maximum of $150,000 each component (Public and Professional); Maximum duration of 24 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Competitive Continuation/Expansion: Health Behavior Change Through Public Education

This award mechanism seeks to fund continuation or expansion of previously funded projects that have demonstrated exemplary success. The proposed project must greatly challenge the status quo in cancer prevention and control education of the public.
Award: Maximum of $150,000; Maximum duration of 24 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Evidence-Based Cancer Prevention Services: Evidence-Based Cancer Prevention Services

This award mechanism seeks to fund programs that greatly challenge the status quo in the delivery of evidence-based cancer prevention and control services.
Award: Maximum of $1.5M; Maximum duration of 36 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Health Behavior Change Through Public Education

This RFA solicits grant applications from qualified organizations located in the State of Texas that propose health promotion, education, and outreach for the public. Eligible programs include primary prevention, early detection, and survivorship of cancer that, if successful, would increase the number of persons who improve their health behaviors related to the prevention of cancer, obtain recommended cancer screening tests, have cancers detected at earlier stages, and improve their quality of life if they are survivors of cancer.
Award: Up to $300,000 in direct costs for up to 36 months. 
Request for Application (RFA)
Opens 12-19-13

Questions? 

Contact Sonia Gilmore, scgilmor@mdanderson.org.


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