Fox Chase Cancer Center
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Types of Trainees:
Doctorate degree (PhD, MD, or equivalent); and US citizens or permanent residents
The NCI-funded T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Precision Cancer Control at Fox Chase Cancer Center is seeking outstanding candidates who are committed to developing a successful independent research career in cancer control.
Our training program encompasses diverse research opportunities and professional development under the guidance of experienced and well-funded mentors. A number of unique training resources are available at Fox Chase Cancer Center (FCCC), an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. These include comprehensive cohorts and infrastructure including the FCCC Risk Assessment Program, the Breast Cancer Family Registry, the Cancer Prevention Project of Philadelphia (CAP3), the African Caribbean Cancer Consortium (AC3), the Center for Asian Health, the Synergistic Partnership for Enhancing Equity in Cancer Health (SPEECH), and the Flatiron Health Research Collaborative. Training areas can cover: community-engaged research approaches, cancer care delivery research, behavioral interventions, health equity, mobile and electronic health (mHealth and eHealth) tools, translational science, epidemiology, geospatial analytics, and implementation science. A detailed description of the training environment can be found at: https://www.foxchase.org/research-training/education/research/postdoctoral
This is a two-year appointment; the second year of funding is contingent upon performance in year one. NIH requires appointed trainees to be US citizens or permanent residents.
Applications are now being accepted and will be reviewed until the training slots are filled. Applications should include:
• Cover letter, including a list of up to 3 references
• Personal statement of your research interests and career goals
Please submit applications in the T32 Application Portal using this link:
Applications received by December 15, 2023 will receive priority for review.