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Cancer Research at Texas A&M

Texas A&M Cancer Research Council

The Texas A&M Cancer Research Council was created to enhance and facilitate Texas A&M researchers' response to CPRIT funding opportunities.  The task force comprises key faculty-researchers who have an interest in cancer research and recognize the scope of opportunities and resources available at the Texas A&M Health Science Center and Texas A&M University.  The primary purpose of the task force is to act as an institutional "response team" to identify opportunities at CPRIT and other cancer-focused programs.  The CPRIT Task Force will also provide council and guidance to faculty-researchers and administrators on cancer-related initiatives.

Beaker2010-11 Texas A&M University System Awards

  • National Cancer Institute

Texas A&M University Research Roadmap White Papers

As part of the 2008-09 academic strategic planning process, the Research Roadmap Committee solicited white papers from the University community.  White papers relevant to cancer research include:

  • Cancer Drug Discovery through Collaboration and Enhancement of Our Molecular Oncology and Multi-Modal Image Programs
  • Center for Environmental Health Research