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The Wadsworth Center has formed an informal alliance with the ACPHS to promote joint scientific projects. To that effect the two institutions will jointly sponsor small exploratory grant applications with the goal that these will lead to bigger projects and expanded collaborations.
The Wadsworth Center is a member of the NYCAP research alliance. The goal of this alliance between the Albany Medical College, the University at Albany, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Wadsworth Center is to promote scientific collaborations and to leverage each institution's strength through shared resources.
Several Wadsworth Center investigators are members of the University at Albany’s RNA Institute, and the Center is actively supporting collaborative projects between the two institutions.
Capital Region Cancer Research (CRCR)
The Capital Region Cancer Research (CRCR) group is an inter-institutional organization for the purpose of promoting cancer research interactions among different Albany area facilities and personnel. Member organizations include Wadsworth Center, SUNY-Albany, General Electric (GE), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Taconic Biosciences, Inc., Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany Stratton VA Medical Center, and Albany Medical Center (AMC).
The CRCR group meets every 3 months. The main objectives of these meetings are to discuss cancer research, plan interactions, stimulate cross-discipline collaborations, and listen to formal presentations that are cancer-related and cutting-edge, all toward the ultimate goal of contributing to the cure of cancer. These meetings bring together a diverse group of cancer researchers and experts including basic research scientists, clinical research scientists, practicing cancer clinicians, cancer stem cell experts, and industry.
In addition to these meetings, a cancer symposium, held once every two years, is organized by the group.
The charge of NYMAC is to ensure that individuals with heritable disorders and their families have access to quality care and appropriate genetic expertise and information in a region which includes Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.
The New York Structural Biology Center, NYSBC, is an organization of 9 eminent academic research institutions. Founded in 1999, NYSBC is a not-for-proﬁt consortium that provides advanced resources in structural biology to its members and outside users.