publication date: Feb. 22, 2019
Funding Opportunities ASCO invites applications for research based on data from CancerLinQ Discovery
The American Society of Clinical Oncology is inviting applications for research grants for projects that use data from CancerLinQ Discovery, an offering of ASCO’s CancerLinQ initiative, as a source.
CancerLinQ Discovery provides curated sets of de-identified data from cancer patients to academic researchers, government agencies, and others in the oncology community to generate practical knowledge that will improve cancer care.
“These research support grants provide investigators with a unique opportunity to explore unseen patterns in patient characteristics and outcomes using real-world data from CancerLinQ Discovery,” ASCO Chief Medical Officer Richard Schilsky said in a statement. “The findings from their research have the potential to inform clinical practice and improve the quality of patient care.”
CancerLinQ collects and analyzes real-world data from patients at practices nationwide, drawing from electronic health records. The CancerLinQ Discovery de-identified custom data sets are derived from the vast pool of data contributed by participating practices.
With grants of $32,500 each, ASCO will provide early and mid-career clinical oncology and health service investigators with real-world evidence that can inform their research. The grants—as many meritorious awards as funds permit—are being funded by the Mission Endowment of Conquer Cancer, The ASCO Foundation. Each one-year grant covers the cost of the CancerLinQ … Continue reading ASCO invites applications for research based on data from CancerLinQ Discovery
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