Cancer Consortium Membership

Faculty at Consortium partner institutions who are Principal Investigators or project leaders on a cancer-related research grant or clinical or population science protocol are eligible to become members of the Cancer Consortium.

Applicants must select a Consortium Scientific Program to join, based on the best fit within their area of research.

Full information regarding membership criteria and the application process.


Benefits of Membership

  • Subsidized rates on Consortium Shared Resources
  • Eligibility to apply for CCSG Pilot funding
  • Access to Consortium Clinical Research Support services

Required Application Materials

Complete and submit a membership application and the following attachments:

  1. Current CV
  2. Letter of Support from head of selected scientific program
  3. Letter of Support from a collaborator (who is also a Cancer Consortium member) within selected scientific program

Approval Process

After submitting your application, you will receive an email confirmation that it has been received. Your application can take up to 3 weeks to process, but you will receive formal acknowledgement of your membership once accepted.


Contact or 206-667-5736 with questions.

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