Welcome to CCGCoP

A comprehensive program of interprofessional clinical cancer genomics education, skills development, and point of care practice support for clinicians.

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Intensive Course

Application submissions for enrollment in the next Intensive Course in Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment is closed and will open in April 2024.

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Learn more about the Quality Practice Certificate

Document your commitment to ongoing practice-centered learning and excellence in Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment services at your institution.

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About Us

Clinical Cancer Genomics Community of Practice

The Clinical Cancer Genomics (CCG) Community of Practice brings cancer genomics practitioners from diverse practice settings together for professional learning, enduring patient-centered support and dynamic community-based research collaborations to promote quality care and improved patient outcomes across the U.S. and internationally.

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Intensive Course in Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment

Membership to the CCGCoP is through the completion of our annual Intensive Course in Genomic Cancer Risk Assessment. Enrollment is open from April 1st through August 1st.

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We are currently developing a Self-Directed Learning Program to promote a greater understanding of fundamental concepts in genetics and genetic cancer risk assessment in a flexible learning format. More updates on the availability of this program coming soon.
Membership to the CCGCoP is through completion of our annual Intensive Course in Genomic Cancer Risk Assessment. Enrollment is open from April 1st through August 1st. For information and the application to the course visit this page. 
The GCRA Case Conference series is a CME-accredited interdisciplinary forum for review of challenging cancer genomics cases conducted each week by the City of Hope and affiliate programs.
Topics in Clinical Cancer Genomics is a weekly one-hour CME-accredited Web-conference seminar series focused on timely issues in clinical cancer genomics, cancer epidemiology and cancer genomics research, alternating between didactic lectures, case-based literature reviews and basic research journal club.
The Cancer Genomics Community Discussion Board is a Web-based forum for collaborative, interdisciplinary practice-based support and continuing professional learning.
A large research group of over 40 collaborating sites in the 40 collaborating sites in the United States, Mexico and South America. As members of the Clinical Cancer Genomics Community Research Network, research collaborators can use the message board and forums to post questions and communicate with other members in the network.



Member Spotlight

Our newest member spotlight features Michelle Weaver Knowles. Read more about her & answer her question: 

"What inspired you to do Hereditary Cancer Work?"

Michelle Weaver Knowles


Jill Folkert"This course far exceeded my expectations. So much information was jammed into these few months, but done with thought and intention. Love it!"

Jill Folkert, MSN, ACNP-BC, AOCNP
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Texas Oncology San Antonio
Intensive Course 2018 Alumnus

“I really enjoyed the course very much and will recommend it to my colleagues interested in genetic risk assessment.  I think that as a surgeon there is a great opportunity to do GCRA and I am excited to expand my practice after taking this course.”

Marsha Nelson, MD, MPH, FACS
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville, NC
Intensive Course 2021 Alumnus

“Thank you for what has until now been one of the most rewarding post-doc learning opportunities of my career.”

Lorena Gonzalez, MD, FACS
Breast Surgical Oncologist
City of Hope National Medical Center, Torrance, CA
Intensive Course 2021 Alumnus

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Join the Discussion

Connect with your colleagues to ask question, collaborate and share your expertise.

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Meet the Team

CCG Faculty

Meet the Guest Faculty and the CCG Research and Education Teams.

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Annual Conference

Join us for the 2023 Annual City of Hope/University of Chicago Clinical Cancer Genomics Conference in California. 

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