The Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) hosts many fellows throughout the year. The program has opportunities for people at most levels of educational training, from high school students up to post-docs. Research areas include
- Epidemiology and genomics
- Healthcare delivery
- Implementation science
- Behavioral research
- Big data
- Health disparities
Fellows work with a mentor on research projects, literature reviews, data analyses, presentations, and/or manuscript preparation. Fellows receive a monthly stipend, fully covered health insurance benefits, and a commuter subsidy.
Current DCCPS Fellowship Opportunities
Please visit these DCCPS program sites for more information and open fellowships.
Types of Fellowships and Training at NCI
Cancer Research Training Award Program
Open to high school, post-baccalaureate, post-master’s, postdoctoral, or post-medical students. Rolling application deadline.
Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program
Open to postdoctoral, post-medical, or J.D. students. Applications accepted from May to August of each year.
Presidential Management Fellows Program
Open to post-masters, postdoctoral, post-medical, or J.D. students. This fellowship is sponsored by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and has different specifications.
Related Opportunities at NCI and Across NIH
For information regarding funding from NCI and other parts of NIH to support training at institutions nationwide, go to the Training and Career Development page.
Richard P. Moser, Ph.D., is the Training Director for the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Please contact Dr. Moser for more information about current or future openings.
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