Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged (CUPID)

The mission of CUPID -- Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged -- is to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the United States and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program includes formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations.

Students may select their location preference of Indianapols, Baltimore, or Columbus, Ohio, or they may apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each site is limited and admission is highly competitive. 

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testtestThe mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive. The mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive.The mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive.The mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive.The mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive.The mission of CUPID (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged) to address the impending shortage of practicing oncologists within the US, and to cultivate an interest in cancer treatment and research among medical students who have not yet fully defined their career plans. The program will include formal lectures discussing health care disparities, general oncologic principles, and specific diseases prevalent in underserved populations. Students may select their preference of location in Baltimore, MD, Indianapolis, IN, or Columbus, OH, or they may agree to apply to all sites. The number of fellowships at each of the sites is limited and admission will be highly competitive.SaveSave