Implementation Science Centers for Cancer Controls
Our center is a part of a collaborative of 7 centers nation-wide aimed at refining evidence-based implementation science approaches to answering cancer disparities biggest questions. All centers receive their funding through the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Moonshot Initiative.
- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: The Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control Equity-PIs: Karen Emmons & Elsie Taveras
- Wake Forest School of Medicine: Implementation and Informatics- Developing Adaptable Processes and Technologies for Cancer Control (iDAPT)- PIs: Kristie Foley & Thomas Houston
- University of Colorado School of Medicine: Colorado ISC3- PI: Russ Glasgow
- University of Washington: Optimizing Implementation in Cancer Control (OPTICC)– PIs: Bryan Weiner, Margaret Hannon & Cara Lewis
- Oregon Health & Science University: Building Research in Implementation and Dissemination to close Gaps and Achieve Equity in Cancer Control (BRIDGE-C2) Center- PI: Jennifer DeVoe
- University of Pennsylvania: Penn Implementation Science Center in Cancer Control (Penn ISC3)- PIs: Justin Bekelman, Rinad Beidas & Robert Schnoll