The UMass Medical School-led National Cancer Institute (NCI)-funded T32 PRACCTIS Program is now accepting applications for postdoctoral trainees to start in August 2020.
PRACCTIS stands for ‘Prevention and Control of Cancer: Training for Change in Individuals and Systems’ and is designed to prepare the next generation of scientists to conduct implementation research that addresses critical cancer prevention and control care delivery issues across the cancer continuum, including primary prevention, cancer screening, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Trainees must be interested in pursuing a career focused on cancer prevention and control implementation research.
More info: Program details and application guidelines
- A non-binding letter of intent describing your background and research interests pertaining to implementation science focused on cancer prevention and control, by March 16, 2020
- Full applications are due April 13, 2020
Questions may be directed to Barbara.Estabrook@umassmed.edu.