Cancer Research in Your Community
Working alone, no single sector of the cancer community can bring about progress in cancer research.
As the leader of the National Cancer Program, the NCI serves as the coordinator of many different research efforts and disciplines to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Across the United States and globally, NCI staff works with experts in technology development, information management, basic science, translational and clinical research, and health care delivery to move toward this goal.
This section provides information on NCI's collaborations and partnerships, research and clinical trials in your local community, and state-specific information on cancer and cancer research.
NCI’s Cancer Research Partnerships Throughout the United States
View a list of key clinical research programs funded by NCI with links to information about these programs in your state.
Cancer Information for Your State
See NCI funding for cancer research in your state or congressional district, research state legislation on cancer issues, or see which states pay for clinical trial costs.
Find a Clinical Trial
Search NCI’s list of more than 8,000 clinical trials accepting participants.
NCI Office of Advocacy Relations (OAR)
OAR engages the advocacy and NCI communities in dialogue about cancer research to advance progress and improve outcomes.
- Contact OAR to discuss opportunities to collaborate, identify resources and speakers, or learn more about NCI.
- Learn more about becoming a research advocate.
NCI Science and Technology Collaborations
Technology Transfer Center (TTC)
The NCI's TTC helps turn cancer research into medicines, devices, software, and other technologies that help patients. The TTC fosters partnerships among industry, academia, and NIH/NCI laboratories and scientists.
Center for Cancer Research (CCR) Office of Science and Technology Partnerships (OSTP)
OSTP identifies, evaluates, and makes available new technologies and scientific resources to CCR investigators through partnerships, collaborations, contracts, and other technology transfer agreements with outside organizations, including the private sector.