The City of Hope is ecstatic to announce its Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowship that is funded by the National Cancer Institute. The award can be grabbed by the postdoctoral students who are engaged in the fields of DNA damage response and oncogenic signaling (DNADRS) and also must be United States citizens to apply.
The program aims is to provide the inventive curriculum and mentored research that develop an elite group of highly motivated students to become successful, independent researchers in cancer biology. The deserving candidate will receive a decent sum of money for their further career path.
The City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute and a founding. It was founded in 1913; it has been ranked among the nation’s “Best Hospitals” in cancer through U.S. News & World Report for over decapods. Their members are making it a national leader in advancing research and treatment protocols.
Who May Be Eligible?
- Applicants must have a completed doctoral degree before starting the fellowship program (all Ph.D. coursework must be completed, final orals must be passed, and the dissertation signed).
- Applicants who are currently postdoctoral fellows must have two years or less of postdoctoral experience. U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent resident status is required.
- Individuals from underrepresented minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply
Interested participants who are eligible for the fellowship according to the above criteria are required to submit their updated curriculum vitae along with the complete information electronically through an email with publication list to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deserving recipients of the fellowship program will be handed over below prizes:
- Fellowships are for three years with an institute-supplemented stipend ($64,648 per year plus a full benefits package) and $5,000 for research supplies.
- Fellows can choose a mentor from 17 faculty members, all of whom are performing cancer-focused, funded, high-impact research in DNADRS, and have a history of mentoring postdoctoral fellows.
The applications for the fellowship program are accepted on a rolling basis.