Citing and Acknowledgment
Initiated in 2001, Partnerships to Advance Cancer Health Equity (PACHE), formerly known as the Minority Institution Cancer Center Partnership (MI/CCP), is a program that enables institutions serving underserved health disparity populations and underrepresented students (ISUPS) and NCI-designated Cancer Centers (CCs) to train scientists from diverse backgrounds in cancer research and to effectively deliver cancer advances to underserved communities. PACHE training awards are awarded to institutions, not to individuals. You can read more about the PACHE Program and funded partnerships here.
Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research has been proudly funded by the NCI PACHE Program since 2002. The funding we receive from the NCI is critical to reducing health disparities in our communities, and citing our grants in publications is a vital component to ensuring that PACR continues receiving funding and thereby changing lives.
Who should cite our grants?
PACR supports work done through New Mexico State University and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Any publication or product that relied upon PACR resources to some degree should cite the grants in their work or products. This includes any individual, group, trainee, or researcher that has completed work under any of the following circumstances:
- Received individual or group funding from PACR to support the product or publication
- Used PACR resources or services (offered by cores, projects or pilots) to complete the product or publication
- Product or publication stems from any PACR-funded research or program activities
What is considered a publication or product?
Publications or products can include:
- Conference presentations
- Research or technical papers
- Journals, journal articles, books
- Theses and dissertations
- Key project documents
- Programs or activities
If you are unsure whether you should cite or acknowledge Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research in your work, contact PACR Program Manager Lené Loest at email@example.com
How do I cite the grants?
When appropriate, the grants should be cited as such:
"Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research, supported in part by NCI grants U54 CA132383 (NMSU) and U54 CA132381 (Fred Hutch)."