Frequently Asked Questions
What are the member institutions of the GCC?
The member institutions are:
Baylor College of Medicine
Rice University, University of Houston
University of Texas Health Science Center
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
University of Texas Medical Branch
Institute of Biosciences & Technology-TAMHSC
Where is the Gulf Coast Consortia located?
The GCC is located in the BioScience Research Collaborative
6500 Main St., Suite 160
Houston, Texas 77030
in heart of the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas.
When was the GCC formed?
The GCC was formed in March of 2001 by an Operating Agreement signed by the presidents of the member institutions.
Does the GCC fund research and fellowships?
The GCC seeks funding for both research and fellowships, but does not independently endow either; we act as the functional administrators for grants once they are secured.
One of the GCC goals is to provide a vehicle for the member institutions to secure funding that no one institution would pursue alone. By working together, we are able to bring new and innovative grants to the Texas Medical Center area.
How do I contact the GCC?
For more information, contact
Additionally, you may write the GCC:
Gulf Coast Consortia
6100 Main Street, MS-141
Houston, TX 77251-1892
How do I become affiliated with the GCC?
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