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Propose a Great Idea for 2023 Funding Round

Annual Call for novel funding requests now open Now through September 1, SWOG members and their collaborators are encouraged to submit great ideas for improving all aspects of our cancer research network. SWOG and Hope Foundation staff are welcome to apply.  Other Hope programs fund direct research. This project application gathers concepts that have broader scope …

New Coltman Fellowships, Impact Award Announced

It’s always exciting to see our grantees go on to do great things in cancer research. Recently, SWOG’s Front Line announced the latest on the iMATCH trial – a study with a leadership team that includes 2015 Coltman Fellow Dr. Siwen Hu-Lieskovan. She’s helping drive this groundbreaking research and also currently serving as co-chair of SWOG’s immunotherapeutics …

Spring 2022 SWOG Group Meeting Preview

We’re thrilled to be planning a return to in-person events with April’s SWOG group meeting. Still, it will be unique, as the first fully hybrid conference we’ve held. All sessions will be available via online conferencing services. More about that here. So what’s happening in Seattle? Lots of great stuff! And we’re proud to be supporting much …

Inaugural SWOG DEI Champions Announced

DEI Champions are part of a larger diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative underway across SWOG’s network. Learn more here. SWOG leadership have selected five Champions to collaborate with study teams and help implement its new diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) methodology for improving diversity and representativeness of SWOG’s clinical trial participants. The newly named Champions …

SWOG Seeking Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Professional Integrity

SWOG Cancer Research Network, a member of the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI’s) National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN), seeks a 0.25-FTE vice chair to lead the group’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and to serve in an ombudsperson role as a neutral and confidential resource for SWOG members. The vice chair for diversity, equity, inclusion, and …

Foundation Board of Directors Announces New Leadership

The Hope Foundation’s fall board meeting featured the approval of $3.2 million dollars in grants to support SWOG in 2022, and it also ushered in new executive leadership. A dozen programs will fund pilot projects and translational research, career development and fellowships across cancer types, as well as the implementation of ongoing diversity, equity and …

SWOG Clinical Trials Partnerships Launches Website

SWOG Cancer Research Network and its charitable arm, The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research, have jointly developed a website for SWOG Clinical Trials Partnerships (SWOG CTP) as a public resource for current and potential partners to learn about SWOG CTP’s structure and staff, how it conducts research, its latest news, and how to get involved. …

Five Young Investigators Selected for 2021 Course

Supporting young investigators’ career development is crucial to the future of cancer care. Since 1999, The Hope Foundation has been funding early career clinicians through our SWOG Young Investigator Training Course (YITC). Executive leadership have recently selected top candidates from across our international network to attend the 2021 YITC. The program will provide each young …

Application Now Open For 2022 Funding Requests

We’ve opened our annual call for funding proposals. Now through September 1, SWOG members and their collaborators are encouraged to submit great ideas for improving all aspects of our cancer research network. Other Hope programs fund direct research. This project application gathers concepts that have broader scope or relevance to advancing SWOG’s work. Examples of …

New Initiative Aims to Improve Representation in Cancer Clinical Trials

The Hope Foundation is helping SWOG launch an effort in collaboration with Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, and other future funders to improve representation of minority and underserved populations in cancer clinical trials. Designed as a multi-phase, multi-year initiative, the project kicks off on May 21 with a two-hour virtual symposium highlighting the …

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