The following programs offer training related to cancer research:

CPRIT Comprehensive Cancer Training Program

The CPRIT Comprehensive Training Program facilitates the training of the next generation of outstanding cancer biology researchers to help ensure a diverse pool of highly trained scientists are available to meet the state's and nation's basic, clinical and translational cancer needs. The program is open to undergraduate, graduate Ph.D., postdoctoral and clinical fellow trainees.

CPRIT Post–Graduate Training Program in Integrative Cancer Epidemiology

The CPRIT Post–Graduate Training Program in Integrative Cancer Epidemiology offers epidemiology fellows with the specialized skills to incorporate novel high-throughput technologies into large-scale collaborative epidemiology studies and to become successful, cross-trained cancer epidemiologists. Two slots will be available as of March 1, 2016. The program is open to Ph.D. epidemiologists or M.D.s/D.V.M.s with master’s degree training in epidemiology. 

Summer Medical and Research Training Program

The SMART Program provides frontier-level, biomedical summer research projects for undergraduates in a supportive environment with supplemental educational activities.