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The mission of the Cancer Imaging Program, National Cancer Institute, is to promote and support: Cancer-related basic, translational and clinical research in imaging sciences and technology, and integration and application of these imaging discoveries and developments to the understanding of cancer biology and to the clinical management of cancer and cancer risk. more >

Programs & Resources

Program Project (P01) Grant Development Guidance for Investigators Interested in DCTD Research Areas

The goal of this guidance is to help investigators navigate through the P01 (Program Project Grant) pre-application process in the cancer research areas that DCTD supports.

The Cancer Imaging Archive

A large archive of medical images of cancer accessible for public use. Images for imaging-genomics research and the LIDC/IDRI collections are archived here.

Co-Clinical Imaging Research Resources Program (CIRP)

NCI-supported research resource network promoting quantitative imaging therapeutic or prevention co-clinical trials with patients and human-in-mouse models.

Quantitative Imaging for Evaluation of Responses to Cancer Therapies (QIN)

CIP-supported network promoting quantitative imaging methods.

CIP IND Directory

The CIP IND Directory is a centralized resource to facilitate the sharing of IND information

IND Regulatory & Manufacturing Resources

Tracer synthesis resources for Investigational New Drug Applications (IND) imaging agents held by the Cancer Imaging Program, including Production Documents and Investigator’s Brochures.

Cancer Imaging Basics

Cancer may be difficult to detect, but for some types of cancer, the earlier it is detected, the better are the chances of treating it effectively. Imaging techniques — methods of producing pictures of the body — have become an important element of early detection for many cancers.

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About the Associate Director

Janet F. Eary, M.D., Associate Director Janet F. Eary, M.D., received her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Michigan and Doctor of Medicine degree from the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Her postdoctoral training was completed at the University of Washington in Anatomic Pathology, Laboratory Medicine, and Nuclear Medicine, medical specialties in which she holds Medical Specialty Board Certifications. More…

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Cancer Imaging Program
National Cancer Institute
Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis
9609 Medical Center Drive
Bethesda, MD 20892-9725
Delivery: Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: 240-276-6510
Fax: 240-276-7890