NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP)
NCORP Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) Released
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Last updated: 2:45 pm EST, Tuesday, January 07, 2013.
Zip Code Correction
The Division of Extramural Activities has noted a glitch in the zip code for the submission of two copies of your grant application to the Referral office for NCORP RFAs CA-13 and CA-14. If you have already sent your package, you can notify the courier to make the change. If you have mailed your package for delivery prior to today, please retain your tracking number so that you can keep track of its delivery to NCI. The correct express mail zip code is Rockville, MD 20850.
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
9609 Medical Center Drive, Room 7W412, MSC 9750
Bethesda, MD 20892-9750 (for express mail, use Rockville, MD 20850)
Telephone: (240) 276-6390
NIH Grants Submission Policy Related to Weather and other Disasters
In anticipation of potential delays associated the current and anticipated inclement weather, a cover letter stating the reasons for the delay in submission and/or documentation of the mailing date of the application (e.g., express mail receipt) as proof of compliance and intent to meet the grant’s due date would be required. Please note that each late submission is evaluated by the Center for Scientific Review on a case-by-case basis and they will not pre-guarantee the acceptance of any late submitted/received application. However, valid late application submissions/receipts due to major weather events are usually accepted.
For more information see the NIH Extramural Response to Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/natural_disasters.htm
NCORP Budget Preparation Clarification
The information outlined in the NCORP Program Guidelines on budget preparation was developed as an aid/example. Applicants are not required to follow these instructions. The budget submitted with the NCORP application should reflect the expenses that will be incurred by the proposed research activity and must be adequately justified. The total cost request for an individual application is open and dependent on the scope of research proposed. The upper limits referenced in the NCORP Program Guidelines serve as examples, based on previous experience via the Community Clinical Oncology Program.
The announcements for applications to the NCORP program have been released. If you have questions about the NCORP Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs), please check the Frequently Asked Questions links within Additional Materials.
Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs)
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|12/16/2013 - Revised NCORP Guidelines||PDF, 2.80MB |
|Suggested Table Formats for Community and Minority/Underserved Sites||DOC, 192KB|
|Suggested Table Formats for NCORP Research Bases||DOC, 196KB|
|NOTE: You are not required to use the suggested table formats, but must include data requested in some way. The Research Strategy section of the application is restricted to the page limits, as referenced in the RFA. Table templates (referred to in the RFA) may be included in the Resource section of the application which does not have page limits.|
|PHS 398 Application||HTML |
|Cancer Care Delivery Research Trials in the Community Clinical Oncology Program|| HTML |
|Updated Frequently Asked Questions on Research Bases Request for Application (RFA)||HTML|
|Updated Frequently Asked Questions on Community and Minority/
Underserved Community Sites Request for Application (RFA)
|NCORP Overview Slide Set ||PPT (1.72MB)|
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