We’re pleased to offer the resources below to all UNM Cancer Center Members.
Submit your pilot project proposal for evaluation, feedback and support. Find the application form, a description of the process and more resources to support your investigation here.
Visit the Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program to learn about opportunities in the region, including: webinars, conferences, research collaboration opportunities, training opportunities and more.
The UNM Cancer Center offers several resources to support your investigations. Engage each resource early in your research to get the most benefit and strongest results. All cancer center members enjoy discounts from these Shared Resources. Learn about the services each offers and how to request assistance here.
Navigating to the CRF can prove problematic, especially for those unfamiliar with New Mexico. And not all navigation apps are able to locate the CRF. Download this map and directions to the CRF to send to your visiting colleagues.
Search the latest opportunities here anytime. Research members also receive a Funding Opportunities e-newsletter each month (sometimes more frequently).
UNMCCC members are required to cite the P30 as well as acknowledge any UNMCCC shared resources you used in order to generate the data for their manuscripts. The following statement should be listed within your acknowledgment section of all of your manuscripts followed by a statement noting use of any shared resources, if applicable.
This research was partially supported by UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center Support Grant NCI P30CA118100 and the ____________ shared resource.
Please tell us when you submit your publications by using this form.