For Researchers and Students
Find general information about funding and training opportunities, as well as researcher and student resources, related to CRCHD’s disparities research and diversity training programs.
CRCHD provides grants to researchers and institutions conducting basic, clinical or population-based research that explicitly focuses on cancers that are more serious or more prevalent in racially and ethnically diverse and underserved populations, and advances the development of the cancer research continuum for these cancers.
CRCHD leads NCI's efforts in the training of students and investigators from diverse and underrepresented populations that will be part of the next generation of competitive researchers in cancer and cancer health disparities research. Whether you are a student from high school to graduate school or a researcher wanting more experience, CRCHD training and career development opportunities are available to help you achieve your goals.
The Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities wants to provide researchers, students, and health disparities partners with the most up-to-date and relevant professional opportunities. Whether you are a trainee, grantee, researcher, or professional, CRCHD makes available select job announcements in the field of cancer health disparities.
Links to resources that may be of use to those interested in health disparities research.
Tips and Tools for Applying - Useful information about applying for funding.
Select Information Sources and Tools - Published data from the NCI, NIH, DHHS, and other sources for use in preparing applications.
Reports and Fact Sheets - Informing research and practice in cancer health disparities.
Research Priorities - Discover NCI priorities in cancer and cancer health disparities research.