Baylor College of Medicine / University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centers Collaborative Multidisciplinary Research Program
Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centers have announced the third round of the Baylor / U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Centers Collaborative Multidisciplinary Research Program (BCM / MDACC MRP). This program will support inter-institutional collaborative translational cancer research projects that engage multiple disciplines within and across the basic and clinical sciences.
This round will fund one new project, which will receive up to a total of $250,000 in funding, allocated equally between the two institutions, to provide support for 2 ½ years. The program must include faculty who are cancer center members from both institutions. The goal is to bring together research strengths across our institutions to work on hypothesis-driven projects that have the potential to lead to large multi-project grants such as SPOREs or PO1s.
Oct. 1- letter of intent due
Oct. 15- application deadline
This program is one demonstration of our joint institutional commitment to bring together our complementary strengths to advance cancer prevention and treatment. Please direct any questions to the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center, 713-798-1354 or e-mail email@example.com.