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2014 ICRP Annual Meeting
The 2014 ICRP Annual Meeting will be held in mid-April 2014 in the Los Angeles area, USA after the AACR meeting.
International Innovation
ICRP was featured in the March 2013 issue of "International Innovation: Combating Cancer". View Article
ICRP database: a resource for researchers and funders
ICRP's database was highlighted recently as a resource for researchers and funding organizations looking to identify overlapping and complementary research areas. View Article
First international co-operative
analysis of cancer research funding

The International Cancer Research Partnership (ICRP) has launched its first international analysis of cancer research, based on data from over 50 current member organizations about their individiual projects and programs, each classified by type of cancer and type of research. View Report

Established in 2000, International Cancer Research Partnership (ICRP) is a unique alliance of cancer organizations working together to enhance global collaboration and strategic coordination of research. We aim to improve access to information about cancer research being conducted and enable cancer organizations to maximise the impact of their independent efforts, for the benefit of researchers and cancer patients worldwide.

  • ICRP includes organizations from Australia, Canada, France, Japan, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and the United States.
  • ICRP organizations share funding information in a common format (known as the Common Scientific Outline or CSO) to facilitate pooling data and evaluating data across organizations.
  • The ICRP database contains information on 63,051 grants, totalling some $14,711,405,919 in cancer research from 81 organizations.
  • Researchers can search the ICRP to avoid duplication and identify collaborators.

If you fund cancer research anywhere in the world, you should be a member of ICRP.
Learn more about becoming a member.

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