Benefits of Membership

Through 7 CCSG-supported Research Programs and 10 Shared Resources, Hillman members are afforded:

  • Opportunities for interactions and collaborations between and among investigators with an interest in basic, translational and clinical cancer research
  • Opportunities to develop interdisciplinary initiatives
  • A dynamic environment for exchanging state-of-the-art research related to cancer etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment
  • Notification of research and clinical funding opportunities
  • Notification of Hillman Program-related activities, including seminars, symposia, training and retreats
  • Priority access to Hillman Shared Resources and clinical research support services
  • Access to Hillman-wide and Program-specific seminars that are open to all members
  • Access to the Hillman grant pre-submission review process that provides critiques of grant proposal drafts by a group of experienced faculty and staff with scientific and editorial expertise. Reviewers make recommendations for improvements prior to submission for peer-reviewed funding.