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Friday, November 01, 2019 12:00 AM

Post Doctoral Training:  The NCI-Supported Clinical Research Training in Cancer Control Program at the University of Rochester  Rochester, NY

The NCI-Supported Clinical Research Training in Cancer Control Program at the University of Rochester provides post-doctoral MD or PhD researchers with knowledge and experience to establish careers as outstanding independent investigators in cancer control and prevention research. The program includes the following components:

  • An emphasis on successful grant techniques to prepare researchers to compete successfully for research funding
  • Courses, seminars, and workshops on cancer control and research methods in patient-oriented research, biostatistics and informatics, and health outcomes
  • Choice of earning an MPH degree or MS with a focus on clinical investigation, medical statistics, or translational research
  • Professional guidance from experts in cancer control and prevention
  • A diversity of research opportunities with on-site mentors
  • Practical experience in protocol design, study procedures, statistical analysis, grant and manuscript writing, and oral presentation

For more information, see: www.futureresearchers.org.

You can contact the Program Directors, Drs. Michelle Janelsins and Gary Morrow, or Program Director Kate Kessler, at [email protected] or call 1-585-275-9959.
Cancer Control Research Training Program

Saunders Research Building

265 Crittenden Blvd (Room 2.232)

BOX CU 420658

Rochester, NY 14642
Fax: 585-461-5601