The Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) aims to reduce cancer risk, incidence, and death and enhance quality of life for cancer survivors by supporting innovative research and recommending ways to apply that research in quality health care delivery.
In addition to traditional career opportunities, DCCPS also hosts many fellows throughout the year. The fellowship program has opportunities for people at most levels of educational training.
DCCPS programs are carried out by teams of experts engaging in quality cancer control research that benefits the nation. They identify program-specific research goals and objectives, recommend action for resource allocation, collaborate with subject matter experts in their field, and monitor technological, scientific, and policy developments to consider future research priorities.
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Current DCCPS Job and Fellowship Opportunities
Please visit these DCCPS program sites for more information on open job positions and fellowship opportunities. You can also visit the Fellowship Opportunities page for more information about fellowship and training opportunities at DCCPS.
DCCPS is deeply committed to building a diverse health sciences workforce that maintains, fosters, and promotes an equitable, inclusive, accessible, and nurturing work environment. Diverse teams foster scientific innovation, improve the quality of research, contribute their lived experiences to a robust learning environment, advance the likelihood that underserved or health disparity populations participate and benefit from health research, and enhance public trust.
For more information about federal employment and to search and apply for federal jobs, please visit usajobs.gov.
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