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Behind the Cure
Leading the field of immunology research, CRI supports doctors and scientists working to develop immunotherapy as a cure for all cancers. Join us as we change the way cancer is treated and cured.

Grants and Programs

Be a part of something big: a science-first organization committed to funding the best cancer immunotherapy research done by the best scientists.

CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowships
CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowships

Since its establishment in 1971, CRI has supported more than 1,350 young cancer immunologists at top universities who have deepened our knowledge of the immune system and its relationship to cancer. Postdoctoral fellows, under the guidance of a leading scientist, receive up to $175,500 over three years.

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Clinic and Laboratory Integration Program (CLIP)
Clinic and Laboratory Integration Program (CLIP)

The development of new and effective cancer treatments requires the translation of basic laboratory discoveries into novel therapies that can be tested in patients. CLIP investigators study critical topics at the intersection of laboratory and clinical research.

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The Clinical Accelerator
The Clinical Accelerator

The Clinical Accelerator brings together the best capabilities of the world's leading academic researchers, drug companies, and a unique nonprofit venture fund to kick-start the development of powerful new treatments for cancer patients.

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Cancer Immunotherapy Consortium
Cancer Immunotherapy Consortium

A think tank of industry leaders from the cancer immunotherapy space who seek solutions to issues and challenges in late-stage drug development to accelerate patient benefit.

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Impact Grants
Impact Grants

Through its Impact Grants, CRI funds projects—often in collaboration with other nonprofits and individual donors—that aim to advance defined scientific and technological goals.

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Scientific Conferences and Resources

September 30-October 3, 2018
International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference

The third annual conference, held in Mainz, Germany, is devoted to exploring the latest research in cancer immunology and immunotherapy.

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Cancer Immunology Research

Published jointly by CRI and AACR, the academic journal publishes outstanding original research articles reporting major advances in cancer immunology.

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Peptide Database

The Peptide Database contains nearly 150 antigens and numerous peptides that can be used for cancer immunotherapy.

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Explore the Science Behind the Breakthroughs

See How Immunotherapy Works

*Immunotherapy results may vary from patient to patient.

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