Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Cancer Prevention and ControlPosting Date: 02/12/2024
Closing Date: 02/12/2025
Washington University School of Medicine’s Division of Public Health Sciences broadens the scope of population-based research by providing a platform for our investigators to collaborate on projects affecting clinical care and outcomes. Our multidisciplinary faculty conduct world- leading research on a wide range of health issues including disease and cancer prevention, population health, and improving the quality and access to health care in Missouri and beyond. Current faculty includes epidemiologists, statisticians, behavioral scientists, economists, health communication scientists, and more, who address a range of population health challenges. Faculty from other departments and schools have secondary appointments in our division.
The T32 Transdisciplinary Cancer Prevention and Control Training Program is a unique asset to the school and region, as it prepares both PhD and MD researchers to be independent investigators in transdisciplinary research for cancer prevention and control. We welcome applicants on a rolling basis in any relevant research area and discipline. High priority areas include cancer disparities and health equity, community- based and community-engaged research, epidemiology, shared decision making, implementation science, and social determinants of health.
Postdoc positions are partially funded by a T32 grant (T32CA190194) from the NCI, with annual stipend starting at $56,880 depending on experience, for 2-3 years of training.
Applicants should send the following to [email protected]: Cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of professional references.
Please contact Monique Stoves (Program Coordinator) at [email protected]