(AUSTIN) The governing board of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) will meet next Wednesday, February 15 at the new Barbara Jordan State Office Building located on the Capitol Mall in Austin to consider and vote on a slate of four dozen CPRIT cancer research and prevention grants totaling more than $90 million.

The meeting agenda and materials may be viewed here: Meeting Materials

The meeting is open to the public and will be livestreamed here: http://meeting.cprit.texas.gov

The Prevention Advisory Committee and the Advisory Committee on Childhood Cancer will also make presentations to the Oversight Committee.

As the second largest public funder of cancer research in the nation, CPRIT provides funding for innovative projects that deliver invaluable breakthroughs in cancer research, create high-quality jobs, and reduce cancer mortality rates across the state. The success of CPRIT grantees over the last 13 years enhances Texas’ reputation as a powerhouse in cancer research and prevention.

For highlights and regional spotlights featuring CPRIT grantees and grantee institutions, please visit the 2022 CPRIT Annual Report online:  https://2022annualreport.cprit.texas.gov/


WHAT:        CPRIT meeting to act on proposed cancer research and prevention grants

WHO:          Oversight Committee, the governing board for CPRIT

WHERE:      Barbara Jordan State Office Building

1601 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701

Room 2.035A


WHEN:        Wednesday, February 15th @ 9:00 a.m.

AGENDA:    February 15th Agenda (PDF)

LIVESTREAM:  http://meeting.cprit.texas.gov