Welcome to the Behavioral Research Program, DCCPS
The Behavioral Research Program initiates, supports, and evaluates a comprehensive program of research to increase the breadth, depth, and quality of behavioral research in cancer prevention and control.
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BRP seeks letters of interest from senior scientists to lead the tobacco control research branch.
Physical activity may lessen the effects of chemobrain, study finds.
BRP leadership highlights key areas of research to address cancer prevention and control challenges.
About the Behavioral Research Program
BRP research priorities address key psychological and behavioral targets across the cancer control continuum, from prevention to end-of-life care. These priorities include basic behavioral and psychological science, interventions in cancer control areas such as tobacco use, diet and energy balance, and sun protection, and processes and effects of communication and informatics.
Three experts will address psychological barriers to equitable cancer pain assessment and management.View Event Details
Search for and find data and resources to support your behavioral research. Explore selected data collection and analysis tools, cancer control publications, and a section dedicated to tobacco control research resources.