Clinical Investigator Awards

In 2007, SSO established a new Clinical Investigator Award (CIA) program with the goal of promoting patient-oriented research through the training of surgical oncologists in clinical and translational science.

Beginning with the 2013-2015 awards cycle, the administration and management of the CIA program is handled by the SSO Foundation (formerly the James Ewing Foundation), including the solicitation of the CIA grant funding and support.

Applicants must be surgical oncologists within 10 years of completion of training and be full SSO members for at least 6 months prior to application submission to be eligible for the award.

2018-2020 Clinical Investigator Awards Call for Proposals 

For 2018-2020, proposal submission information for the Clinical Investigator Award will be available in September. For additional information on Award criteria and application process, click the link below.

Awards Criteria and Application Process

Frequently Asked Questions


Award Recipients

2017 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2016 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2015 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2014 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2013 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2012 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

2011 Clinical Investigator Award recipients

Susan G. Komen for the Cure® funded CIA recipients

All Clinical Investigator Award recipients