Be Part of the Next Generation of Cancer Researchers
Are you a medical or medical science student or an allied health professional who plans to make cancer research the focus of your career?
At the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside physicians and scientific researchers. As educators, our research members teach nearly 2,000 students, residents and fellows each year. As researchers, they will be responsible for significant breakthroughs in the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer for the next generation.
For Students and Novice Scientists
We offer training programs for students ranging from high schoolers to postgraduates. Learn more about:
- Cancer Biology Program — for predoctoral students interested in careers in cancer research
- Research for Behavioral Oncology and Cancer Control — for postgraduates from a range of disciplines interested in behavioral oncology and cancer control research
- Summer Research Program — for high school and undergraduate students interested in pursuing biomedical careers
- Future Scientist Program — for high school juniors at Indianapolis and Marion County public schools
For Members, Medical Professionals and Students
At the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, you’ll enjoy multiple opportunities to learn from your colleagues and stay on top of new research and clinical developments. Learn about upcoming grand rounds, seminars and conferences »