Review the request for research data process below.

Request Data

iCCaRE research data is available to active iCCaRE members. To request for research data, complete and submit the electronic submission form found below. You will receive email acknowledgement of your data request if submitted successfully. The i iCCaRE Internal Advisory Board

Our team meets monthly to make decisions on data request. The timeline for responding to iCCaRE data request is between 4 – 6 weeks.

Please note the following:

  • All investigators on the request must have IRB approval from each respective institution/country and be up to date on human subjects training before submitting this application.
  • Data can only be used for the approved request by the iCCaRE Internal Advisory Board.
  • After the analyses for the approved request, the data remains the property of iCCaRE and cannot be used for any other project/initiative unless approved by the iCCaRE Internal Advisory Board
  • Approval is ONLY provided for one year, starting from the date of notification of request approval. The approval will automatically end after one year.
  • iCCaRE must be acknowledged in all publications, presentations, grant submissions and grant awards. Guidelines will be provided upon approval of the request
  • An electronic copy of all publications must be submitted to iCCaRE prior to submission and after the publication is published.
  • The iCCaRE Internal Advisory Board will determine if your request is approved or denied. If your request is approved, an email confirming the approval will be sent. Then, delivery time for the data, the delivery process for the data, data dictionary as well as the guidelines for the use of the data will be provided to you. The iCCaRE Internal Advisory Board reserves the right to deny requests or to approve contingent on modification(s) to the initial request.

Currently, iCCaRE members may request data from one of the following Pilot Projects below.

Pilot Projects

Pilot Project 1

will develop a Virtual Robot Assistant (ViRA) for Black men newly diagnosed        

Pilot Project 2

Will assess the impact of patient-centered home cancer care                                          

Pilot Project 3

Will develop ViRA to improve quality of life in Black prostate cancer survivors

Pilot Project 4

Will assess and address social determinants of health needs of sub-Saharan African immigrant prostate cancer survivors  

Pilot Project 5

Will explore how biological factors contribute to poor mental health of prostate cancer survivors 

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