Keep up with the latest news from the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT) and the data science communities.

You can use the funding to support data science training related to research on infectious- and immune-mediated disease, including cancer.

Are you looking for funding for your cancer informatics technology project? We highlight the most recent ITCR Funding Opportunity Announcements that may be right for you!

The NIH Common Fund wants to enhance the value and use of its programs’ data sets. One of these programs—the Gabriella Miller Kids First Program—is designed for making discoveries in childhood cancers and birth defects. If you have a project that needs funding and could help enhance such data sets, submit an application by February 3, 2023.

This new cancer screening research network will require a team that can lead data management, quality control, and reporting activities of its clinical trials and studies. To be that team, apply as soon as January 28 but no later than February 28, 2023!

Funding can be used to support data preparation for inclusion in the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Data Ecosystem.

Share your thoughts on how data science can impact cancer’s toughest challenges, and your idea could transform into a team-operated, funded project for resolving that challenge! The deadline is November 28, 2022.

Learn more about a funding opportunity to develop AI-based models for predicting abdominal cancers. Applications may be accepted until May 8, 2023.

NCI-funded researchers recently began a partnership with AI experts from ConcertAI, LLC, to improve diversity in cancer clinical trials in the U.S. Gulf South region.

NCI designed the Cancer Moonshot Scholars program to advance cancer science while also diversifying the pool of NCI-funded researchers. NCI encourages investigators from diverse backgrounds, including data scientists, to apply by November 8, 2022.

NCI’s Small Business Innovation Research Development Center released four new contract funding topics. The topics aim to advance work in the fields of wearable technologies, digital tools, and artificial intelligence.