Second Annual GMaP Region 1-South Cancer Health Disparities Symposium

The National Cancer Institute-funded Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program (GMaP) Region 1-South, including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, will host a free one-day symposium at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on March 9, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. ET. This symposium aims to allow researchers to exchange cancer health disparities research findings, network with other scholars, promote research collaborations and learn about NCI Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) Program Funding. Please register online in advance.

  • Second Annual GMaP Region 1-South Cancer Health Disparities Symposium
  • 2018-03-09T08:00:00-05:00
  • 2018-03-09T18:00:00-05:00
  • The National Cancer Institute-funded Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program (GMaP) Region 1-South, including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, will host a free one-day symposium at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on March 9, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. ET. This symposium aims to allow researchers to exchange cancer health disparities research findings, network with other scholars, promote research collaborations and learn about NCI Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) Program Funding. Please register online in advance.
When Mar 09, 2018 from 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM (EST / UTC-500)
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The Geographic Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program (GMaP), initiated in 2009, is a national program of regional, disparities-based hubs or networks for cancer health disparities research, diversity training, and community education/outreach. The goals of GMaP are to contribute to the science of cancer and cancer health disparities and advance the next generation of competitive, underrepresented cancer and cancer health disparities investigators.

Travel Award applications and Abstract submissions are due Jan. 19.

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