A Message from the Chair: The Conference is Just Beginning

Friends, the highlight of our year is almost upon us! We’re now counting down by days until we converge on Salt Lake City and the beautiful Grand America hotel for the NACCDO-PAMN annual conference. There really is no better networking experience than our annual conference. If you have yet to register, it’s not too late…

A Message from the Chair: See You in May

Who is ready for May? This Buffalo girl right here! More daylight, flowers in bloom, no more shoveling (hopefully) and most exciting of all, our annual NACCDO-PAMN conference. The conference planning committee has been working hard for months to pull off what is sure to be another NACCDO-PAMN conference to remember. This year marks an…

The value of the Cancer Center Support Grant in communications

By Matthew Huesser, MBA, DBA, vice president for cancer research administration at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Jefferson Health Out of more than 3,500 cancer centers nationwide, only 72 are currently National Cancer Institute-designated. If your cancer center is NCI-designated or attempting to achieve designation, the Cancer Center Support Grant, or CCSG, tells an incredible…

A Message from the Chair: Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I was so excited to turn the calendar to 2023 as we look forward to our upcoming NACCDO-PAMN conference April 24–27 in Atlanta, hosted by the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. The PAMN Steering Committee just returned from our annual winter planning meeting last week, where we focused on fine tuning…

A Message from the NCI: How We All Work Together

There is a common saying among colleagues in the cancer research enterprise: “once you’ve seen one cancer center, you’ve seen one cancer center.” While it is easy to laugh and nod in agreement, as communicators we know that the premise of this phrase captures the essence of the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) mission and goals.…

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