As the state’s only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey provides an outstanding environment for training in basic, clinical, behavioral, and population-based cancer research. Our exceptional group of investigators is organized in multi-disciplinary research teams focusing on a broad spectrum of cancer research. The robust research strengths of the Rutgers Cancer Institute are bolstered by strong collaboration between researchers at Rutgers and our research consortium partner Princeton University.
This program leverages these unique research strengths and resources of Rutgers Cancer Institute to provide training in translational research in Cancer Metabolism and Growth and Tumor Host Interactions. The primary goal of this T32 training program is to provide postdoctoral candidates with the highest quality training and research experience so that they are competitive in developing research careers in academia, government, and the private sector.
The Cancer Metabolism and Growth and Tumor Host Interactions training program is funded by the National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute grant 1T32CA257957.