All YCC-ATPP T32 fellows have access to several courses offered by the Yale Investigative Medicine Program during the award period. These courses provide a basic foundation in biostatistics, translational research, grant writing, and responsible conduct of research. A unique feature specific to the YCC-ATPP T32 program are three required courses, Molecular Pathology (YCC-ATPP-01), Genomic and Precision Medicine (YCC-ATPP-02) and Research in Progress (YCC-ATPP-03). Molecular Pathology (YCC-ATPP-01) is designed to give fellows a strong foundation in cancer genetics, as well as the benefits and limitations of various profiling methods and in interpreting profiling results. Genomic and Precision Medicine (YCC-ATPP-02) is designed to give fellows a strong understanding of how to combine clinical and genomics data across different scales and resolutions to enable new perspectives for essential biomedical questions and the development of novel personalized medicine in cancer. Research in Progress is a required weekly seminar series together with Dr. Kluger’s ITOP K12 Scholars. Molecular Pathology (YCC-ATPP-01), Genomic and Precision Medicine (YCC-ATPP-02) and Research in Progress (YCC-ATPP-03) are required courses for all YCC-ATPP T32 fellows.