From its inception, the priorities of the caBIG« program have been determined by the communities it is designated to serve, which include dozens of academic and community cancer centers, thousands of scientists and clinical researchers, and countless related organizations that are "stakeholders" in the development of improved cancer detection, diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.
The caBIG« program was designed first to connect the network of 60+ NCI-designated Cancer Centers and then to link the rest of the larger biomedical cancer community. Since 2004, more than 50 cancer centers and 150 other organizations have participated in caBIG«. Explore the pages below to learn more about how caBIG« is enabling cancer research within these centers.
NCI Cancer Centers Program
Read about the caBIG« deployment across the NCI-designated Cancer Centers.
NCI Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP)
Learn how caBIG« and the NCCCP are teaming up to bring quality cancer care to traditionally underserved populations.