Fostering Research Training and Education Programs for Native American Students at NCI-designated Cancer Centers (Admin Supp)

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is committed to reducing cancer related health disparities that affect all health disparity and underserved populations in the United States and to supporting research education, training and capacity building within, and near these communities.

The NCI established


the Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD) to strengthen cancer research by:
addressing cancer health disparities; advising on strategic priorities, program direction, and scientific policy to strengthen cancer disparities research and training; and leading NCIs efforts to enhance scientific workforce diversity through the training of students and investigators from underrepresented backgrounds.
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