Career Resources and Training Announcements
Work with Us
All scientific, administrative, and fellowship opportunities in the Behavioral Research Program are listed below. For federal positions, the program posts vacancy announcements ahead of the listing on usajobs.gov, where all federal positions must be listed. Potential fellows are encouraged to speak with current fellows or staff throughout the application process.
Current Employment and Fellowship Opportunities
Shape America’s Future
Find your fit in the federal government.USAJobs.gov
About Our Fellowship Programs
The cancer training and career development opportunities on NCI’s Maryland campuses cover a broad spectrum of disciplines for people at varying career stages, such as high school students, graduate students, scientists, clinicians, and health care professionals.
Cancer Research Training Award Program
Open to applicants with a bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, or medical degree. Rolling application deadline.
At a Glance
Learn about fellowship opportunities within the Behavioral Research Program.Download the Fact Sheet
Tobacco Control Research Branch
I selected the Cancer Prevention Fellowship because of the opportunity to develop expertise in population health. As a fellow, I have received training through an MPH program and hands-on population health experience in the Behavioral Research Program.”Cendrine D. Robinson, Ph.D., M.P.H., B.A.
Health Behaviors Research Branch
I pursed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Behavioral Research Program for the opportunity to explore my own interests in cancer prevention and control while working with experts representing a variety of disciplines and perspectives.”Elise Rice, Ph.D., M.A.
Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch
I selected the Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program because it provides unparalleled training and research opportunities, including the ability to work with some of the nation’s top behavioral scientists, as well as training in grant writing, public speaking, and leadership among others.”Erin Ellis, Ph.D., M.P.H.