GUIDELINES FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNIVERSITY OF
COLORADO CANCER CENTER
The University of Colorado Cancer Center (the “Center”) has been designated a consortium comprehensive cancer center by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health. The Center receives support from the National Cancer Institute under Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) P30CA046934. The cancer center consortium has 6 members: University of Colorado Denver, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado State University, University of Colorado Hospital, Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Denver VA Medical Center. Our ability to maintain this designation and grant is dependent upon having center members that focus on cancer research.
Section 1. Eligibility
Center membership is available to scientists and clinicians who spend 25% or more of their research on cancer-related activities, irrespective of their affiliation with consortium institutions. Application for membership is voluntary and indicates agreement by the applicant with the Center’s Expectations of Membership defined below. Applications are taken from individuals, not groups or institutions.
Section 2. Application Process
Candidates must submit an online application. https://goo.gl/A41jUo (Questions: email@example.com). A complete application consists of: 1) a completed Membership Application Form; 2) the Cancer Relevance Information Statement; and 3) a current copy of the applicant’s NIH Biosketch in the current NIH format. Applications will be reviewed by the Program Leaders who will recommend membership status and program assignment to the Center’s Governance Committee. The Governance Committee will vote on approval.
Click on links below to see full documents:
Updated 12/19: UCCC Membership Guidelines
University of Colorado Cancer Center Membership Application