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Organization: NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics
Posted: 11/5/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Rockville,  MD    USA
Position Description: Fellows at the NCl's Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics work with world­ class scientists to explore the environmental and genetic causes of cancer and new approaches to its prevention. At NCI, we offer a range of predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowships with personalized mentoring, as well as specialized training partnerships with several schools of public health. As a DCEG fellow, you are supported as you take on challenges that enable you to grow both scientifically and professionally.

Qualifications: Our research areas include:

•Biostatistics and Data Science •Clinical Genetics and Genetic Epidemiology •Infections and Immunoepidemiology •Integrative Tumor Epidemiology •Metabolic Epidemiology •Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology •Radiation Epidemiology •Translational Genomics •Clinical Translation •Descriptive Epidemiology •Health Disparities

Organization Description: The mission of DCEG is to conduct broad- based, high quality, high impact research to uncover the causes of cancer and the means of its prevention. DCEG maintains a national and international perspective, giving priority to emergent issues identified through epidemiologic, clinical, and laboratory observations, as well as to public health concerns identified by the NCI, Congress, regulatory agencies, and other appropriate bodies. The Division develops research resources and strategic partnerships in molecular epidemiology across NCI, NIH, and the global research community. The Division holds as its top priority the training and development of the next generation of scientists in cancer epidemiology and related fields.

Closing Date: 2/5/2019
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Contact Name: Diane wigfield,  Be AN NCI FELLOW
Contact Location: 9609 Medical Center Drive

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How to Apply: Fellowship applications are accepted on an ongoing basis for flexible start dates. To apply:

1. Complete the online Summary Application Form.

2. Submit the following documents to

- Curriculum vitae (CV) and bibliography. - Cover letter describing areas of research interest. - Three letters of recommendation (Note: applicants may send referees' names initially, after which letters will be requested if interviewed. Letters may be sent via e-mail attachment.)

Once you submit your summary application form, cover letter, and CV, your summary application will be made available to Division investigators. You can obtain information about the program and access the summary application form on the Become a Fellow page. Visit.

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