Postdoctoral Fellows, Columbia University Cancer Population Sciences T32 Training Program, Columbia University School of Public Health, New York, NYPosting Date: 02/12/2020
Columbia University Cancer Population Sciences T32 Training Program announces openings for postdoctoral fellows. The program provides epidemiologists, environmental researchers, behavioral scientists, and health outcomes researchers with research skills in cancer-related population sciences. Training involves coursework in substantive issues and research methods, exposure to oncology clinics, exposure to lab research, and a strong emphasis on transdisciplinary collaborative research. Multiple projects are available across the span of community-based to clinic based to global research. This is all within the context of a strong NCI-funded comprehensive cancer center.
The Training Program P.I.’s are Alfred I. Neugut, M.D., and Mary Beth Terry, Ph.D. Columbia University, School of Public Health, 722 W. 168th St., Room #725, New York, NY 10032. To apply please email: Brenda L. Scariff, Program Administrator [email protected] Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).