A major goal of the PCRP is to bring together exceptional teams of prostate cancer researchers in a multidisciplinary, synergistic manner to best address major issues and needs in prostate cancer research and clinical care. To accomplish this goal, the PCRP supports several consortia at leading prostate cancer research institutions, as shown below.

Clinical Consortium Awards
Prostate Cancer Pathology Resource Network Awards
Prostate Cancer Consortium Awards

Clinical Consortium Awards

The Prostate Cancer Clinical Consortium Award mechanism was established in 2005 to support the collaborations and resources necessary to rapidly execute Phase II or Phase I/II clinical trials of therapeutic agents or approaches for the management or treatment of prostate cancer. The overarching goal of the award is to combine the efforts of leading investigators to bring to market novel therapeutic interventions that will ultimately decrease the overall impact of prostate cancer. The Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Consortium (PCCTC) currently consists of 10 PCRP funded institutions.

FY16 & FY17 PCRP Clinical Consortium Awards

PCCTC Coordinating Center
Dr. Howard Scher, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
PCCTC Clinical Research Sites
Dr. Tomasz Beer
Oregon Health & Science University
Dr. Elisabeth Heath
Wayne State University
Dr. Rahul Aggarwal
University of California, San Francisco
Dr. Emmanuel Antonarakis
Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Celestia Higano
University of Washington
Dr. Mary-Ellen Taplin
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dr. Daniel J. George
Duke University Medical Center
Dr. Glenn Liu
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Dr. David Nanus
Cornell University, Weill Medical College

Prostate Cancer Pathology Resource Network Awards

The Prostate Cancer Pathology Resource Network Award was established in 2009 to provide support for the development of a prostate cancer biorepository consortium that will facilitate the collection, processing, annotation, storage, and distribution of high-quality human prostate cancer biospecimens through a collaborative network across multiple institutions. The award is designed to support a biorepository that will enable the prostate cancer research community to address multiple areas of research such as biomarkers, therapy, genetics, and tumor biology to move toward the PCRP vision of conquering prostate cancer.

FY17 Prostate Cancer Pathology Resource Network Awards

Network Coordinating Center
Dr. Karen Sfanos
Johns Hopkins University
Pathology Resource Network Sites
Dr. Jonathan Melamed
New York University
Dr. Colm Morrissey
University of Washington
Dr. Johann de Bono
Institute of Cancer Research
Dr. Bettina Drake
Washington University

Prostate Cancer Consortium Awards

2002 Prostate Cancer Consortium Awards

Dr. James Mohler
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
The North Carolina - Louisiana Prostate Cancer Project (PCaP): "Racial Differences in Prostate Cancer: Influence of Health Care and Cost and Tumor Biology"

Dr. Leland Chung
Emory University
"A Synergy Consortium Targeting the Lethal Phenotypes of Prostate Cancer"

Last updated Thursday, May 26, 2022