Post-doctoral fellowPosting Date: 05/31/2022
Closing Date: 08/31/2023
We are pleased to announce the availability of the National Cancer Institute T32 supported Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention, and Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for an earliest start date of September 1, 2022. Fellowship applications are accepted continuously and are reviewed as they are received.
Training involves research in a mentored environment in foundational and/or applied population science addressing the etiology, prevention, and control of cancer. To be eligible for this fellowship support, you must be a US citizen or Permanent Resident, have a doctorate in epidemiology or a social or behavioral science, and be committed to a career in population-based research on cancer.
Funding (NIH stipend, individual health insurance) usually is for two years.
We welcome applications from those who have received or those who are soon to be awarded doctorates in epidemiology or a social or behavioral science.
Post-doctoral fellowship recipients will receive multidisciplinary training in cancer epidemiology, prevention, and control through:
• Interactive information exchange via orientation, retreat, symposium, journal club, research in progress, seminars, and a special studies in cancer epidemiology, prevention and control;
• Teaching, communications, and grant writing opportunities;
• Community outreach and engagement opportunities;
• Post-doctoral research;
• Training-program specific educational, research, and career mentoring.
For more information about the post-doctoral fellowship program, contact the Program Director:
Dr. Elizabeth A. Platz
Department of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health