The primary purpose of the Administrative Core is to provide strategic leadership and oversight to develop, implement, coordinate and manage all Partnership activities. 

Administrative Core

The AC’s mission is to be a recognized leader and resource in providing quality customer service to meet the needs of both internal and external target audiences integral to the Partnership’s success.

It is designed as asupport core to provide assistance with the daily activities of the Partnership, as well as to facilitate short-term and long-term strategic planning and prioritization for the successful achievement of Partnership initiatives.

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Mission and Vision

Two languages: one voice to reduce cancer health disparities in Hispanics

Promote a multidisciplinary, translational research portfolio focused on cancer health disparities through the support of research projects.

  • Provide core support for community outreach, community capacity building for cancer control implementation and sustainability, and training on Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR).
  • Produce a cadre of clinicians, scientists and physician-scientists working in cancer medicine and science to better serve the Hispanic community both in Puerto Rico and the Continental U.S.
  • Provide professional support and development tools through designated cores to nurture and optimize the Partnership’s research, training, education, and outreach agendas in support of the UPRCCC’s sustainability.

Objectives

The main objectives of the Partnership are to:

  • Establish a comprehensive long-term mutually beneficial partnership between the University of Puerto Rico System and MD Anderson
  • Develop collaborations to share expertise in a particular area (research, clinical, infrastructure, management)
  • Expand outreach activities across Puerto Rico
  • Build and sustain a training, mentoring and career development pipeline that targets trainees as early at the undergraduate years on up to seasoned professionals
  • Enhance each institution’s ability to apply for external grants that focus on eliminating cancer health disparities among ethnic minority populations

The long-term goal of the Partnership is for MD Anderson to assist the University of Puerto Rico Comprehensive Cancer Center in regaining its status as an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.

U54 Collaborators

Universidad de Puerto RicoThe University of Texas – MD Anderson Cancer CenterNational Cancer InstituteCenter for Reduce Cancer Health Disparities