ICRP partners represent a wide range of governmental, public and non-profit cancer research funding organizations from across the world. Our membership includes organizations focused on one type of cancer through to health research organizations supporting research into many cancer types.
- Partners are full members and provide nominated contact points for ICRP, and vote on any changes to strategic direction or policies.
- Associate members are funding organizations who have joined ICRP as part of a consortium. They enjoy full access to the ICRP partner site, can participate in meetings, analyses and networking. Their data submissions are coordinated by the nominated partner.
Find out more about our partners using the map below.
|Partner Name||Sponsor Code||Country||Join Date||Mission|
|Cancer Australia||CancerAust||AU||2014-05-15||Cancer Australia was established by the Australian Government in 2006 to benefit all Australians affected by cancer, and their families and carers. Cancer Australia works to reduce the impact of cancer and improve the well-being of those diagnosed by ensuring that evidence informs cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and supportive care. Cancer Australia works collaboratively and liaises with a wide range of groups, including those affected by cancer, key stakeholders and service providers with an interest in cancer control. The agency also focuses on populations who experience poorer health outcomes, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people living in rural and remote Australia. As the lead national cancer control agency, Cancer Australia also makes recommendations to the Australian Government about cancer policy and priorities.|
|Cancer Institute New South Wales||CINSW||AU||2015-04-01||The Cancer Institute NSW is Australia's first statewide, government-funded cancer control agency. It was established in July 2003 through the Cancer Institute (NSW) Act 2003 to lessen the impact of cancer in NSW. It is funded by the NSW State Government and governed by the Cancer Institute NSW Board. It reports directly to the Minister for Health and Medical Research the Hon. Jillian Skinner MP.|
|National Breast Cancer Foundation||NBCF||AU||2012-06-21||The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is the leading community-funded organisation in Australia raising money for research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Our mission is to leverage the benefits of existing and future research to reduce the impact of breast cancer. Since NBCF was established in 1994, over $81 million has been awarded to fund over 300 Australian-based research projects across every state and territory to improve the health and wellbeing of those affected by breast cancer. For more information on NBCF please visit our website www.nbcf.org.au|
|Canadian Cancer Research Alliance||CCRA||CA||2007-09-10||The Canadian Cancer Research Alliance (CCRA) is an alliance of organizations that collectively fund most of the cancer research conducted in Canada. Members include federal research funding programs/agencies, provincial research agencies, provincial cancer care agencies, cancer charities, and other voluntary associations. CCRA was created with the express purpose of fostering the development of partnerships among cancer research funders and promoting the development of national research priorities. For over a decade, CCRA has provided a forum for members to identify and establish collaborations to more effectively advance cancer research and cancer control. In this capacity, CCRA serves as the coordinating voice for cancer research in Canada. CCRA data submitted to the ICRP includes the research portfolios of key government and non-governmental cancer research funders in Canada, where the research was active on or after 1 January 2005. For more information, please visit the CCRA website. http://www.ccra-acrc.ca|
|French National Cancer Institute||INCa||FR||2010-04-19||INCa, the French National Cancer Institute is the pre-eminent national health and science agency dedicated to cancers. INCa, established under the Public Health Act of 9 August 2004 is attached to both the Ministries of Health and of Research. INCa plays a key pivotal role in the national coordination of the actions against cancer provided in the Cancer Control Plans (2003-2007, 2009-2013). The missions of INCa encompass public health, research, care and patient's life, and information for both the public and for professionals. INCa's ambition and commitment is to reduce mortality and morbidity from cancer, through coordinated programs, to better address health inequalities and to improve the quality of life of patients during and after their disease. INCa conducts studies and survey, provides recommendations and guidelines, implements coordinated programs and supports activities following open and competitive calls for project proposals, and independent evaluation and selection.|
|National Cancer Center||NCC||JP||2012-09-20||The National Cancer Center (NCC) was established in 1962 at Tsukiji, Tokyo, by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, as the sole National Government-supported cancer center in Japan. The major missions of NCC are to 1) provide state-of-the-art cancer treatment and conduct world-class cancer research, and to 2) propose national policies related to cancer from patients' perspective. Currently, NCC consists of 2 cancer hospitals with about 1,000 beds in total, one in Tokyo and the other in Kashiwa, Chiba prefecture, Research Institute, Research Center for Cancer Prevention and Screening, Center for Cancer Control and Information Service, and administrative departments |
In 1963, the "Grant-in-Aid for Cancer Research from the Ministry of Health and Welfare" was launched, and NCC was assigned as its funding agency to support various areas of cancer research, including basic, clinical, public health and policy research. In 2010, NCC has become an Independent Administrative Institution together with other 5 disease-specific National Centers. The Grant-in-Aid for Cancer Research has been renovated as the "NCC Research and Development Fund", which has an open-access database of annual reports of each research projects (only in Japanese, http://www.ncc.go.jp/jp/about/rinri/kaihatsu/).
|Dutch Cancer Society||KWF||NL||2009-01-29||The Dutch Cancer Society (DCS) is determined to beat cancer as soon as possible. That’s why we fund and guide scientific research, influence policy, and share our knowledge about cancer and its treatment. We encourage our stakeholders and the public to do everything possible to help bring about the day when no-one else has to die of cancer. We’re getting there together.|
|National Cancer Research Institute||NCRI||UK||2003-01-09||The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) is a UK-wide partnership between the government, charity and industry which promotes co-operation in cancer research among the 22 member organisations for the benefit of patients, the public and the scientific community. NCRI was set up in 2001 to develop common plans for cancer research and to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort. NCRI aims to increase joint planning or management of cancer research, and to foster collaborations among funders. Every year, NCRI collects the research funded by the Partners, using the Common Scientific Outline (CSO) to analyse the funding in different research areas. As well as funding cancer research, NCRI partners aim to make the results of research as widely available as possible; new knowledge can then be applied in further research, and companies can use the information to develop new treatments and diagnostics. We also want the public to be well-informed about the most important discoveries.
NCRI data submitted to the ICRP includes the research portfolios of the 21 largest government and charitable cancer research funders in the UK, where the research was active on or after 1 April of each year, and for which the principal investigators' permission to publish has been obtained. The complete list of NCRI Partners can be found at
|World Cancer Research Fund International||WCRFInt||UK||2017-05-05||World Cancer Research Fund International is the world’s leading authority on cancer prevention research related to diet, weight and physical activity. We are a not-for-profit organisation that leads & unifies a network of cancer prevention charities with a global reach. These charities are based in the USA, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Hong Kong. Since it started in 1982, the World Cancer Research Fund network has been a pioneer in research and health information on the link between food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer.|
|American Cancer Society||ACS||US||2004-08-12||The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of 2 million volunteers saving lives in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the Society's efforts have contributed to a 25 percent decline in the cancer death rate in the U.S. since 1991, driven by less smoking, better treatments, and earlier detection. We're finding cures as the nation's largest private, not-for-profit investor in cancer research, ensuring people facing cancer have the help they need and continuing the fight for access to quality health care, lifesaving screenings and more. For more information, to get help, or to join the fight, call us anytime, day or night, at (800) 227-2345 or visit cancer.org.|
|American Institute for Cancer Research||AICR (USA)||US||2011-01-21||The American Institute for Cancer Research is a non-profit organization with the mission to fund research and to increase the awareness and understanding of the role of diet, nutrition and physical activity in cancer prevention and treatment.|
|American Society for Radiation Oncology||ASTRO||US||2017-03-16||ASTRO is the premier radiation oncology society in the world, with more than 10,000 members who are physicians, nurses, biologist, physicists, radiation therapists, dosimetrists and other health care professionals who specialize in treating patients with radiation therapies. These medical professionals, found at hospitals, cancer treatment centers and academic research facilities around the globe, make up the radiation therapy treatment teams that are critical in the fight against cancer. Together, these teams, treat more than 1 million cancer patients each year. As the leading organization in radiation oncology, the Society is dedicated to improving patient care through professional education and training, support for clinical practice and health policy standards, advancement of science and research and advocacy. ASTRO provides members with the continuing medical education, health policy analysis, patient information resources and advocacy that they need to succeed in today’s ever-changing health care delivery system. https://www.astro.org/About-ASTRO.aspx|
|AVON Foundation||AVONFDN||US||2008-05-13||The Avon Breast Cancer Crusade was launched in 1992 as a small pioneering program in the U.K. Avon in the U.S. adopted the Crusade the following year. Over the last 20 years, Avon philanthropy has raised and donated almost $740 million to breast cancer programs around the world, supporting cutting-edge research to find a cure for or prevent breast cancer as well as programs that enable all patients to access quality care.Funding supports awareness and education: screening and diagnosis; access to treatment; support services; and scientific research. Beneficiaries of the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade range from leading cancer research and clinical centers to community-based, non-profit breast health education programs.|
|California Breast Cancer Research Program||CBCRP||US||2004-04-15||The mission of the CBCRP is to eliminate breast cancer by leading innovation in research, communication, and collaboration in the California scientific and lay communities. Information on the ICRP includes all awards funded by the CBCRP that are currently active or that were active at any time since January 2000. For more information on the California Breast Cancer Research Program please visit the CBCRP web site.|
|Coalition Against Childhood Cancer||CAC2||US||2015-04-01||The Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) was formed to unify the childhood cancer community and leverage the strengths and expertise of its individual members and minimize duplication of effort. CAC2 is a member-driven organization aiming to share timely information about childhood cancer issues and opportunities, as well as facilitate coordinated action in the areas of advocacy, research, family services, and awareness.|
|Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs||CDMRP||US||2003-01-09||CDMRP funds disease- and topic-specific research as directed each year by the U.S. Congress. Currently the CDMRP manages 19 separate programs addressing cancers, neuroscience, and military-relevant research areas. Information provided on the ICRP includes funded cancer research awards that were active during Fiscal Year 2000 to the present. For more information on the CDMRP please visit http://cdmrp.army.mil/|
|National Institutes of Health||NIH||US||2003-01-09||The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is one of 11 agencies that compose the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The NCI, established under the National Cancer Institute Act of 1937, is the Federal Government's principal agency for cancer research and training. The National Cancer Act of 1971 broadened the scope and responsibilities of the NCI and created the National Cancer Program. Over the years, legislative amendments have maintained the NCI authorities and responsibilities and added new information dissemination mandates as well as a requirement to assess the incorporation of state-of-the-art cancer treatments into clinical practice. The National Cancer Institute coordinates the National Cancer Program, which conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer, rehabilitation from cancer, and the continuing care of cancer patients and the families of cancer patients. Data included in the ICRP includes that of the NCI and relevant cancer-related data from the other Institutes and Centers of the National Institutes of Health. As the coordinator of the National Cancer Program, NCI represents the NIH on the ICRP.|
|National Pancreas Foundation||NPF||US||2010-05-01||The National Pancreas Foundation's Mission is to support the research of diseases of the pancreas and to provide information and humanitarian services to those people who are suffering from such illnesses. To fulfill its mission, the NPF raises and manages a charitable foundation from which grants are made directly to researchers seeking to resolve the challenging medical problems of pancreatic diseases. A support network is being developed for individuals suffering the isolating and debilitating conditions associated with pancreatic disease.|
|Oncology Nursing Society Foundation||ONSF||US||2000-01-01||The mission of the ONS Foundation is to improve cancer care and the lives of people with cancer by funding oncology nursing research, scholarships, awards, and educational programs. Information on the ICRP includes all awards funded by the ONS Foundation since March 2002. For more information on the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation, please visit the ONS Foundation web site.|
|Pancreatic Cancer Action Network||PanCAN||US||2010-05-01||The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is a nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer. The organization raises money for direct private funding of research and advocates for more aggressive federal research funding of medical breakthroughs in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network fills the void of information and options by giving patients and caregivers reliable, personalized information they need to make informed decisions. The organization helps support individuals and communities all across the country work together to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for pancreatic cancer.|
|Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation||KOMEN||US||2004-05-18||Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer. Today, Susan G. Komen works to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world through ground-breaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 50 countries with a special focus on low-resource and developing nations. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure® and the Komen 3-Day for the Cure®, we have invested almost $2 billion to fulfill our promise, becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. The ICRP database includes Komen's peer-reviewed research portfolio funded since April 1, 2003. For more information about Susan G. Komen, breast health or breast cancer, visit komen.org or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.|