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Job Title: Pre- or Post-doctoral Fellow
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Organization: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Posted: 12/10/2018
Type: Full-Time
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Number of Openings: 1
Location: Birmingham,  AL   
Compensation: standard NIH stipend
Position Description: nuously-funded research training programs in cancer prevention and control (NCI R25T now converted to a T32). For almost three decades, we have provided interdisciplinary research training to both pre- and post-doctoral fellows, who now have established independent research careers in academic and scholarly organizations.

This program prepares fellows for independent research careers in the field of cancer prevention and control. Our program is comprehensive, competitive and provides training in areas that range from primary prevention to cancer survivorship, from the cell to populations, and from basic science to community doctoral fellows, who now have established in independent research careers in academic and sc scholarly organizations.

This program prepares fellows for independent research careers in the field of cancer prevention and control. Our program is comprehensive, competitive and provides training in areas that range from primary prevention to cancer survivorship, from the cell to populations, and from basic science to community-based participatory research an and interventions.

This successful and interdisciplinary postdoctoral program provides expert and closely-mentored training by a multi-disciplinary team. Senior faculty mentors represent diverse disciplines, including epidemiology, nutrition sciences, cancer survivorship, palliative and supportive care, nursing, informatics, health policy, social & behavioral sciences, cancer biology, and genetics. The program provides didactic and experiential training opportunities, including practical experience in grant preparation, data analysis, project management, professional skills training, and scientific writing (abstracts/manuscripts).

The program seeks highly qualified and experienced individuals who are passionate about advancing the science of cancer prevention and control, and who are motivated to take full advantage of the rich, scholarly resources available at UAB. Eligible candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Post disciplinary team. Senior faculty mentors re represent diverse disciplines, including ep epidemiology, nutrition sciences, cancer su survivorship, palliative and supportive ca care, nursing, informatics, health policy, so social & behavioral sciences, cancer bi biology, and genetics. The program provides di didactic and experiential training op opportunities, including practical ex experience in grant preparation, data an analysis, project management, professional sk skills training, and scientific writing (a (abstracts/manuscripts).

The program seeks highly qualified and experienced individuals who are passionate about advancing the science of cancer prevention and control, and who are motivated to take full advantage of the rich, scholarly resources available at UAB. Eligible candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Post-doctoral candidates must possess a doctoral degree (PhD, DrPH, MD, DO or equivalent) from an accr accredited university.

The CPCTP offers: ?Up to three years of funding ?Competitive s salary and benefits ?Tuition ?Health i insurance ?Research support ?Travel a allowance

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Organization Description:

Closing Date: 3/10/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Wendy Demark-Wahnefried,  Pre- or Post-doctoral Fellow
Contact Location:

    35294
United States
Contact Location:
 
      35294
  United States
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Contact Email: demark@uab.edu
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How to Apply: Apply at: http://www.uab.edu/cpctp/

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