3 edition of National Cancer Institute Communication Technologies Branch Branch (CTB) found in the catalog.
National Cancer Institute Communication Technologies Branch Branch (CTB)
by Communication Technologies Branch, Office of Communications, National Cancer Institute in [Rockville, MD
Written in English
|Other titles||Communication Technologies Branch Branch (CTB) :, Improving the communication of cancer research.|
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Infrastructure and Information Technology Operations Branch [email protected] () Tanja Davidsen, Ph.D. National Cancer Institute In carrying out the National Cancer Program, the Director of the National Cancer Institute shall: “ provide public and patient informatio n and education programs, providing information that will help indi viduals take personal steps to reduce their risk of cancer, to make them aware of early detection techniques and to motivate appropriate.
David K. Ahern, Ph.D., is on special assignment to the National Cancer Institute under an Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) whereby he serves as a special advisor to both the Health Communications and Informatics Research Branch and the Healthcare Delivery Research Branch within the Behavior Research Program. The program funds a range of health behavior research that aims to prevent and control cancer. Behavioral risk factors of interest include adherence to cancer-related medical and behavioral regimens, alcohol use, behavioral genetics, diet, energy balance, obesity, physical activity and sedentary behavior, sleep and circadian dysfunction, sun safety and tanning, tobacco use, and other emerging.
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Accurate, up-to-date, comprehensive cancer information from the U.S. government's principal agency for cancer research. Get this from a library. National Cancer Institute Communication Technologies Branch (CTB): improving the communication of cancer research.
[National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Communication Technologies Branch.;]. The Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB) advances research on the processes and effects of communication and informatics across the cancer control continuum.
HCIRB is within the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Behavioral Research Program (BRP), in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS).
Health Communications Publications Making Health Communication Programs Work (Pink Book) A guide to communication program planning that includes strategy development, testing concepts and materials, implementing programs, and more. Integrated Networks Branch (INB) INB is a network-based, multidisciplinary approach to addressing cancer disparities through the fostering of linkages, cooperating and partnering for information sharing, leveraging resources, and contributing to cancer health disparities research, diversity training, and community outreach and education.
of Communications) of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) developed to guide communication program planning. During the 25 years that NCI has been involved in health communication, ongoing evaluation of our communication programs has affirmed the value of using specific communication strategies to promote health and prevent disease.
The NCI Office of Communications and Public Liaison (OCPL) furthers the institute’s mission to lead, support, and conduct the nation’s cancer research enterprise by providing and disseminating evidence-based cancer information to patients, caregivers, health professionals, researchers, advocates, the news media, and other stakeholders across the cancer community, both in the United States.
August —The first issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute was published. July 1, —The cancer control program was established, providing grants to the states for support of cancer control activities.
July 2, —NCI inaugurated a full-scale clinical research program in the new Clinical Center. Media Contacts NCI's Media Relations Branch can provide access to cancer researchers and guide you to the latest in cancer research and information from NCI. The office can assist you in arranging interviews with NCI researchers and in finding—and deciphering—cancer statistics, clinical studies, and many other cancer-related topics.
Research projects in basic cancer biology are supported and coordinated through the Division of Cancer Biology (DCB). Biorepositories and Tissue Sample Collection Development of biospecimen-related policies and practices affecting NCI Biorepositories is coordinated and managed through the Biorepositories and Biospecimen Research Branch (BBRB).
Making Health Communication Programs Work: A Planner's Guide, Pink Book Describes methods to make health communications effective. This book is a revision of the original Making Health Communication Programs Work, first printed inwhich the National Cancer Institute (NCI) developed to guide communication program planning.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has launched a national repository of Patient-Derived Models (PDMs) comprised of patient-derived xenografts (PDXs) and in vitro patient-derived cell cultures (PDCs), including mixed cell populations, clonal cell lines, and fibroblast cell lines, to serve as a resource for public-private partnerships and for.
NCI Visuals Online contains images from the collections of the National Cancer Institute's Office of Communications and Public Liaison, including general biomedical and science-related images, cancer-specific scientific and patient care-related images, and portraits of directors and staff of the National Cancer Institute.
Our team of technology transfer specialists has specialized training in invention reporting, patenting, patent strategy, executing technology transfer agreements, licensing, product development, and marketing. TTC is comprised of professionals with diverse legal, scientific, and business/marketing expertise.
Most of our staff hold doctorate-level technical and/or legal. Biological Testing Branch (BTB) Introduction: The Biological Testing Branch (BTB) of the Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP), Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD), National Cancer Institute (NCI) operates out of the National Cancer Institute at Frederick providing budgetary oversight and technical direction for an extensive contractual effort designed to discover.
Terabe has been a passionate immunology researcher for over 20 years, with a specialized expertise in studying T-lymphocytes. More specifically, upon joining the Neuro-Oncology Branch, he has been focused on determining the role of Natural Killer T-cells (NKT cells) in the context of brain tumors.
April Oh, Ph.D., M.P.H., is a Program Director in the Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB). She leads a research program in physical activity and diet communication, neighborhood and policy effects and community health promotion, mobile health, technology applications to promote behavior change and public health.
About the Branch Chief. Barry R. O’Keefe received a B.S. in Botany from Michigan State University, and a Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy from the University of Illinois at Chicago in In he joined the National Cancer Institute’s Laboratory of Drug Discovery Research and Development to study novel proteins from natural products extracts.
Announcements. Subscribe for latest announcments. HINTS 5, Cycle 3 () public use data available for download. Our newest public use dataset, HINTS 5, Cycle 3 (), is available for 5, Cycle 3 () features our standard health communication and health technology items, as well as extended content on behavioral risk factors for cancer, such as alcohol; diet, weight and.
About the Branch Chief. Vikram Devgan, Ph.D., MBA. joined the National Cancer Institute in as a Chief of Clinical Grants and Contracts Branch of the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP), Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis.The Branch conducts clinical and laboratory research designed to 1) elucidate basic mechanisms of immune response and molecular virology, and 2) apply these to the design and development of vaccines and immunotherapy for the prevention and treatment of cancer and AIDS, as well as viruses that cause cancer.He leads the Genitourinary Malignancies Branch efforts at understanding the role of cancer immunotherapy on the tumor (immune and non-immune) micro-environment.
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