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What does the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) do?

CPRIT will distribute $3 billion in bond proceeds over ten years as funding awards for the express purpose of expediting innovation in cancer research and lowering the incidence of cancer in Texas. The Institute’s governing body, the Oversight Committee, is vested with the responsibility to award CPRIT funds for a wide variety of projects relevant to cancer research and prevention. CPRIT encourages applications that apply or develop state-of-the-art technologies, tools, and/or resources for cancer research and prevention programs, including those proposals with potential commercialization opportunities. All proposals are peer-reviewed to support the most promising scientific research. Research and prevention grants are made only to Texas-based organizations.

If you are interested in persuing CPRIT funding opportunities, you must first register with their system. Register with CPRIT

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