Join the SCOR Member Community

Communities and physicians requesting membership in the Southeast Clinical Oncology should consider the following points involved with membership:

  1. Why you wish to join the SCOR NCORP and how the NCORP will benefit your community and/or practice.
  2. What support resources will be available to assure timely compliance with research base administrative and data requirements; i.e., oncology nurses, clinical research associates, and administrative support for IRB requirements.
  3. Prior cancer research experience of physician applicants, including prior or current membership in any other cooperative group (i.e., Alliance, CTSU, NRG, SCUSF, SWOG, WF).
  4. You will be required to adhere to the SCOR By-Laws and to the requirements of the SCOR. (See links to the right.)

Please contact the Susan Tuttle, RN, CCRP at the SCOR Administrative Office for more information. 


  • Susan Tuttle, RN, CCRP
  • Southeast Clinical Oncology Research Consortium
  • (336) 448-1422