Cancer Prevention and Control Program Focus & Outcomes

What you’ll learn

Our program provides selected fellows with:

  • Mentoring with senior faculty members engaged in ongoing, peer reviewed, extramurally funded cancer prevention and control research.
  • Specialized curriculum.
  • Intensive training in proposal development, scientific presentations, scientific critique, bioethics, theory, intervention basics of cancer control, and health disparities.
  • A research-intensive environment.
  • Collaboration with senior researchers across multiple disciplines.

This T32 training is a collaborative endeavor between the primary mentor, mentoring team, and applicant. The application for this program must be completed by both the primary mentor and the fellowship applicant.

Up to three years of support are provided for selected candidates to work with a primary and secondary mentor representing different disciplines and focused on the candidate’s research area.

A key component of training for all fellows is writing and critiquing grant applications and publications. 


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