T32 NCI Cancer Control Research Training Program
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
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Types of Trainees:
Individuals with a PhD, DrPH, MD, or other doctoral degree in public health, health promotion, behavioral or social science, epidemiology, health services research, health policy, health economics, biostatistics, or data science. Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only
The National Cancer Institute-funded Cancer Control Fellowship at the UTHealth School of Public Health is a quality program with an established, 29 year track record for postdoctoral fellows with an academic interest in cancer prevention and control. Join a thriving interdisciplinary research environment with research and engagement opportunities in diverse populations and areas of Texas and a focus on underserved groups and the reduction of cancer-related health disparities.
Fellows will receive support for up to 2 years
Annual stipend starting at$53,760, depending on experience
Health insurance, tuition, fees, books, software, and travel.
Weekly contact with faculty, postdocs, and other doctoral fellows through a seminar focused on proposals, publications, and career development
For more information and for an application please visit: Go.uth.edu/NCI2021
Send inquiries and applications to: Dr. Maria Fernandez and Dr. Bijal Bala, Training Directors, at [email protected],