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Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence Pre-Application Meeting

On July 23, 2009, NCI held a pre-application meeting for prospective applicants interested in applying for grants under the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer funding opportunity RFA-CA-09-012 (Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence).

NCI program and review staff members explained the goals and objectives of the Alliance program components, conducted a discussion on the application peer review process and facilitated a Q&A session. The meeting presentations are available below.

View the NIH videocast of the full meeting and Q&A session.
The CCNE session begins at time 1:13.

View RFA-CA-09-012

Meeting Presentations

Dr. Anna Barker, Deputy Director of NCI, highlighted the challenges and opportunities facing cancer nanotechnology researchers today. View Dr. Barker's presentation

Dr. Piotr Grodzinski, Director of the Alliance, explained the goals of the CCNE program and the application process. View Dr. Grodzinski's presentation

Dr. Michael Small, a Scientific Review Officer at NCI, outlined the review process for the CCNE grant applications. View Dr. Small's presentation

Ms. Emily Linde from the Office of Grants Administration detailed CCNE grant administration policies at NCI. View Ms. Linde's presentation


Frequently Asked Questions

For answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the CCNE U54 application please visit "Frequently Asked Questions".