The overarching goal of the Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) in Priority Populations postdoctoral research training program is to launch the careers of a new generation of clinical and non-clinical researchers who are prepared to apply a multidisciplinary approach to CPC research targeting priority populations. This two-year post-doctoral research fellowship will provide outstanding mentorship, foster a multidisciplinary team science environment, and facilitate the attainment of academic career and life skills needed to pursue and sustain long-term success as an independent investigator.

Ideal candidates are either physicians who have completed an accredited clinical residency or graduates of PhD or equivalent programs in relevant fields (e.g., clinical psychology, epidemiology, health psychology, anthropology).

Candidates usually begin their training the following summer after they apply. Notification of acceptance can be expected in the preceeding spring.

Please use this form to submit an application. It employs a "save and return later" functionality, but will not be amendable once submitted.

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