Research Administration Unit

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Cancer Researcher

The JCCC Research Administration Unit provides membership and pre-award services to investigators who conduct cancer research. The team manages membership by processing new membership applications as well as ongoing updates to individual JCCC membership profiles online. The team is also able to provide planning and execution support for cancer-related large, multi-component team science grant applications.


Services

Membership Management

  • Processing new applications and requests
  • Updating membership profiles on the JCCC Membership Directory website

Pre-Award Services for Cancer-Related Proposals

  • Support for large, multi-component team science applications such as NCI SPOREs, P50s, P20s, and U54s
  • Support for NCI Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) administrative supplements
  • Limited support for smaller grants (R01s, R21s, etc.) when capacity allows

Pre-award support includes:

  • Scheduling and organizing team participant meetings
  • Creating custom proposal checklists and submission timelines
  • Providing JCCC data points and/or JCCC letters of support
  • Reviewing documents for compliance and formatting
  • Assisting with budget development and review
  • Assembling applications and submitting them to OCGA

Recent grant applications we have supported include:

  • Program grants (P01, P20, P50 subaward)
  • Training grants (T32, R25)
  • Career Development (K22, foundation grants)

Membership resources

Member Application, Guidelines, and Objectives

Information on how to become a UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center member, including links to the new member application, guidelines, and objectives.

Member Directory

This Directory is updated monthly.

Research Programs

Learn more about the Cancer Center's six Research Programs.

Members Area

Provides information on member resources, support, other useful forms. We also provide extensive help pages on media relations, academic programs for members, and other member services.

New Member FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Cancer Center membership.


Grant resources

NIH Active Funding Opportunities

The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is NIH's official publication of notices of grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunity announcements (FOAs). NIH publishes daily and issues a table of contents weekly.

NIH Career Path Information

This website provides NIH Career Path Information to help prepare the skilled, creative and diverse biomedical research workforce of tomorrow. It includes information on undergraduate and postbaccalaureate education, predoctoral training/clinical doctorate, postdoctoral training/clinical residency, early research career development, and investigator development and mentoring.

NIH Application Guide

Use the application instructions found on this website along with the guidance in the funding opportunity announcement to submit grant applications to the NIH.

NIH Budget Development

General tips and reminders for preparing a NIH research grant application, mainly geared towards the SF424 (R&R) application. (Note: these tips do not supersede the budget instructions found in the relevant application instruction guide.)

NCI Bottom Line: A Blog about Grants and More

This grantee-focused blog covers the latest on NCI’s fiscal landscape, funding decisions, grants policy news, processes, and more.

NCI Annual Plan and Budget Proposal For Fiscal Year 2023

Complete information on the Fiscal Year 2023 NCI Annual Plan and Budget Proposal.

NCI Collaboration and Team Science Guide [download PDF]

A Field Guide about collaboration and team science which serves as a valuable resource for scientists participating in or leading a research team.

NCI-supported Resources for Researchers

Resources for Researchers is a directory of NCI-supported tools and services for cancer researchers. Most resources are free of cost and available to anyone.

UCLA OCGA Minimum Proposal Requirements for Review [download PDF]

A table that outlines the minimum requirements needed for OCGA to conduct a preliminary review of relevant/critical grant application documents while PIs finalize their Research Plan, secure necessary signatures and complete other internal forms. The minimum required documents are required by OCGA at least 5 business days in advance of the sponsor deadline, and the JCCC may require a few additional days to review documents internally before submission to OCGA.


Contacts

Research Administration Manager: Amanda Tan
Senior Grants Administrator: Mima Laptes-Frangu
Senior Grants Administrator:
Tabita Szabo
Program Analyst: Ian Aust

For Membership inquiries, contact IAust@mednet.ucla.edu.
For Pre-Award Support inquiries, contact aatan@mednet.ucla.eduMLaptesFrangu@mednet.ucla.edu, and TSzabo@mednet.ucla.edu.