Cancer Researcher Resources

Opportunities

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Ponce Health Sciences University; Magee-Womens Research Institute; Morehouse School of Medicine; NIH Frontiers in Stem Cells in Cancer Frontiers in Stem Cells in Cancer (FriSC2), an NIH-sponsored advanced training course, trains promising physician and scientists from predominately underrepresented communities in sophisticated technologies using pluripotent stem cells for clinically relevant discoveries in cancer. The purpose of this training course is to provide comprehensive and sophisticated training in research strategies and state-of-the-art methods on cellular, molecular and genetic approaches for advancing Cancer Stem Cell Research.
Dates: 2-8 February 2019
Location: Ponce, Puerto Rico
Application Deadline: 14 December 2018
30 November 2018 More Info
University of Louisville Summer NCI R25 Cancer Education Program The University of Louisville NCI R25 Cancer Education Program recruits, educates and motivates outstanding undergraduate and professional students to pursue further training and future careers in cancer research. Over a period of 10 weeks, typically during the summer, students formulate a cancer research project in collaboration with their mentors, who are members of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.
Dates: May-August 2019
Location: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
30 November 2018 More Info
Union for International Cancer Control UICC UICC Technical Fellowships UICC facilitates 1-month fellowships focusing on rapid transfer of cancer knowledge and clinical technology. Since its inception in 1976, the UICC fellowships have contributed to the development of the professional capacity of over 2500 UICC Fellows from over 110 countries by facilitating appropriate person-to-person training in specific areas that are relevant to cancer control activities and clinical management being conducted in the fellows’ home countries. The aim of the UICC technical fellowships is to allow the international exchange of knowledge and to enhance skills in cancer control, prevention and treatment and to allow the acquisition of diagnostic and therapeutic clinical expertise that can be applied in the fellows’ home organizations upon their return.
Dates: Continuously ongoing
Location: Varies
Application Deadline: Apply any time
30 November 2018 More Info

 
References

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NIH Reviewer Guidance on Rigor and Transparency: Research Project Grant and Mentored Career Development Applications The most comprehensive set of policy guidance up to date concerning the new Rigor and Transparency requirement for NIH grant applications. 23 March 2016 More Info