- This T32 training grant award fully funds two post-doctoral trainees starting June 1, 2021.
- We are seeking two motivated postdoctoral fellows for a two-year term supported by the T32 award to engage in mentored cancer research in the area of Cancer Metabolism and Growth and Tumor Host Interactions.
- High achieving post-doctoral fellows may be supported for an additional third year of training through other funding sources.
- Trainees will participate in co-curricular and professional career development activities.
- Trainees will receive research training from faculty members with active, well-funded research programs and extensive mentoring experience.
- Selection of trainees will be done by the Program Steering Committee, based on applicants’ academic records and productivity, letters of recommendation, and personal interviews.
Who Is Eligible?
Eligible postdoctoral candidates for the program will demonstrate:
- High achievement through research productivity, in the form of number and quality of publications, fellowship awards, presentations, etc.;
- Evidence of interest in translational research in Cancer Metabolism and Tumor-host Interactions;
- Commitment to a two year rigorous training program;
- High levels of communication and organizational skills.
All accepted trainees must be United States citizens or legal permanent residents (green card holders).