A global view of research gaps and opportunities - watch the video to hear our partners describe why ICRP is important to them!
How ICRP can help your organization realize its goals
Our partners know that if we are to conquer cancer, we need to work together as funding organizations. Our mission is to use the power of partnership to maximize public and non-profit investment in cancer research for the benefit of patients. “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
ICRP offers a space for international cancer research organizations to share best practice.
ICRP organizations work together to identify opportunities for collaboration and address gap areas in research.
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ICRP is a collaborative international network for cancer research organizations - watch the video to find out more about the benefits of collaboration.
“Less than an hour since arriving at #ICRP2018 annual meeting and have already had a breakfast convo about a potential international collaboration. Living the @icrpartners1 mission!”
“ICRP’s Environmental Influences on Breast Cancer report highlighted that investment in this area was declining. Over the time period studied, the numbers of active awards declined and funding levels also fell, both in absolute terms, and as a percentage of the overall breast cancer portfolio. Using these data, and other evidence, CBCRP was able to promote additional research and capacity building in this area.”
“ICRP worked with the Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance to provide data for a landscape analysis of metastatic breast cancer research, helping the Alliance realize it’s vision of improving outcomes for women with metastatic breast cancer”
“Analysis of the national portfolio using the ICRP’s CSO coding system highlighted low investment in prevention research in the UK in 2004. As a result of the analysis, UK health research funders collaborated to fund over £34m and over 70 projects in prevention research to boost research capacity in this area.”