We are not accepting applications as this time. Please check back around April 2021.
Postdoctoral training slots in Integrative Epidemiology are currently available and applicants will be selected on a rolling basis. Funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, the three-year educational program is designed to be broad and flexible. It provides 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.
The program is open to Ph.D. epidemiologists or M.D.s/DVMs with master’s degree training in epidemiology. This program is not restricted to permanent U.S. residents or citizens. Training grant support includes stipend, fringe benefits and a modest travel and research allowance.
Unique aspects of the CPRIT training program include:
- Specifically tailored multidisciplinary mentoring teams
- Personalized curriculum for each fellow
- Individual development plan for each trainee
- Well-funded dedicated mentors from Baylor College of Medicine, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Rice University