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Postdoctoral Associates/Fellows

Yale T32 Cancer Biology Training Program (CBTP)

The Yale Cancer Biology Training Program provides a unique cancer-focused training experience intended to spawn the next generation of cancer scientific leaders. Training covers the genetic and biological underpinnings of cancer, the pathway to development of new therapies based upon this knowledge, and the practical challenges in applying these new therapies in cancer clinics.

The goals of the program are to educate graduate students and postdoctoral trainees on practical clinical issues of oncology, and to prepare trainees to lead translational research on teams including basic scientists and clinicians.

For more information about the Yale Cancer Biology Training Program: David F. Stern, PhD

Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer (TREC)

The TREC Training Workshop is designed for post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty—primarily individuals in early careers who want to pursue transdisciplinary research in energy balance and cancer. This Workshop places strong emphasis on mentoring, developing and applying transdisciplinary competencies, and a curriculum specifically focused on energetics and cancer. Funded by a five-year grant from the NCI, this unique educational program is positioned to build capacity in transdisciplinary energy balance and cancer research. The TREC Workshop provides state-of-the-art, evidence-based energetics and cancer education, mentoring and training.

Participants also work with faculty on establishing research priorities and develop studies that will fill key gaps in energy balance and cancer research. The overall impact of the Workshop is based on the degree to which participants obtain funding and publish innovative and translational research discoveries that ultimately improve the health of the population at risk for cancer as well as cancer survivors.

YCC Trainee Colloquium

Yale Cancer Center (YCC) Annual YCC Trainee Colloquium is a forum for Yale trainees to highlight their research, exchange ideas, and initiate collaborations. We invite predoctoral MD, PhD, MD-PhD students, postdoctoral associates, postdoctoral fellows, residents, and clinical fellows engaging in cancer research and graduates of the Cancer Biology Training Program to submit abstracts describing their work each spring. The colloquium includes predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in the following four areas: 1) Basic Science Research and Bioinformatics, 2) Translational Research, 3) Clinical Research, 4) Population Science, Prevention and Outcomes Research.

The Yale Cancer Center Education Committee reviews all abstracts and makes selections for oral presentations. Four Research Excellence Prize recipients will be selected from among the oral presentations. Winners are announced during the colloquium and each awardee will receive an award certificate and an award of $250. Please contact Meina Wang, PhD for questions.

Yale Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) Training Program

The objective of the Yale CPC Training Program is to provide Fellows with rigorous methodological and content-oriented training from a multidisciplinary perspective through research, coursework, mentorship, and other activities, so that Fellows are equipped with the tools necessary to establish and sustain careers as scientific investigators, contributing to advances in CPC. We select Fellows with interest, experience, and fit with at least one of the five thematic areas (noting that there is often overlap across these areas).