Fellowship Program Overview
The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG)’s Office of Training and Education oversees the Division’s training program. There are currently over 100 trainees, including postdoctoral, graduate, master and postbaccalaureate level fellows. We also have a vibrant summer program.
Awards, Spotlights, and Milestones
What Our Fellows Do
- design, carry out, analyze and publish population, family, health disparities and lab-based studies;
- gain experience in study design, novel analytic techniques, genomics and informatics;
- build skills in molecular epidemiology, grant writing, science management, and professional communication and networking.
- receive competitive stipends, health insurance benefits, loan deferments (postdoctoral trainees) and tuition reimbursement (graduate trainees).
Former fellows are placed in a variety of positions.
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See a list of all our Principal Investigators and their research interests.