This area provides information on member resources, support, and membership guidelines and other useful forms, We also provide extensive help pages on media relations support, academic programs for members, and how to update your clinical trials, publications and online Cancer Center profile.
Your membership is reviewed by leadership annually. Learn more about Cancer Center review criteria, objectives and privileges of membership. You can also download useful forms and documents.
Your online member profile provides the public and research community with your up-to-date contact information and biographical data including scientific interests, affiliations and recent publications.
Our clinical trials database and online search tool is maintained by our Informatics shared resource. Information is provided by study teams via new study submission forms, and entry into the database is administered by the Office of Regulatory Compliance.
The UCLA Human Gene and Cell Therapy Program via the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) facility supports investigator-initiated clinical trials in which a cell or gene therapy product is manufactured by the investigative team under an FDA IND.
UCLA's Center for Cancer Prevention and Control (CPCR) offers a number of resources for qualified doctorally-trained candidates to provide support for a successful career in population-based cancer control research.
Web Portal for Publications
Our Informatics team has created a web portal for members to enter, review and track their cancer-related publications. (Registration required. Contact Manavi Hegde at via email to sign up.)
Do you have any recent research studies, discoveries or awards of note that are of interest to the media and general public? Members have access to Cancer Center and UCLA media relations teams and we are here to support you.
Members automatically receive our monthly email newsletter. Past newsletters (beginning April 2011) are indexed below.
Links to helpful online research resources available at UCLA and through governmental agencies