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What Our Fellows Do

DCEG fellows come from a variety of educational backgrounds and study a wide range of research topics. Fellows comprise about one-third of the Division’s workforce and make valuable contributions to DCEG’s research program.

DCEG also provides opportunities for fellows to develop a comprehensive set of professional skills, including presenting research (at local, national and international meetings), organizing scientific events, mentoring, editing, and grant writing. Many of these opportunities are available within the Division through fellow-initiated activities such as the DCEG Fellows Editorial Board, and also fellows activities across the NIH. To explore further, check out more information below.

Jackie Lavigne Discusses Job Opportunities in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics for the SACNAS Conference

Jackie Lavigne Discusses Job Opportunities in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics for the SACNAS Conference

  • Meet Current Fellows

    Introductions to current DCEG fellows with short summaries of their research.