UH Cancer Center

The University of Hawai‘i Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center in Hawai‘i and the Pacific. The Center’s mission is to reduce the burden of cancer through research, education, patient care and community outreach with an emphasis on the unique ethnic, cultural and environmental characteristics of Hawai‘i and the Pacific. The Center is a research organization affiliated with the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa located in Kaka‘ako. The world-class UH Cancer Center was completed in early 2013. The Center directly employs 300 faculty and staff, with another 200 affiliate members through the Hawai‘i Cancer Consortium.

Clinical Research Advanced Topics Non-credit

Course work includes an in depth study of drug development, data management, FDA regulations for research with novel agents, and clinical trial biostatistics. This course also includes a clinical research “journal club” where participants will learn to interpret and analyze…
Clinical Trials Ethics Non-credit

This course will provide an understanding of ethical code of conduct for individuals engaged in clinical research. Information provided will include a historical perspective as well as current federal and state laws and regulations.
Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Non-credit

In this course, the core principles of community based research will be presented in order to gain knowledge about how to effectively utilize community engagement for research. Specific attention toward addressing health disparities in Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander populations…
Human Subjects Protection Non-credit

This critical module provides participants an understanding of the regulations that protect human subjects involved in research. Attendees will gain a knowledge of current regulatory and compliance information. In addition, all participants will complete national CITI training which is a…