- Evidence of a commitment to a career in clinical oncology cancer research.
(i.e., prior training; specialized skills; prior research accomplishments)
- Potential to develop into a successful clinical researcher and leader of
multidisciplinary research teams (e.g., letters of recommendation; prior research
accomplishments and experiences; leadership roles during undergraduate, graduate
and clinical training)
- Prior research productivity (i.e., papers; abstracts)
- Performance record during clinical training (i.e., Letter(s) of Recommendation
from the Program Director(s) of the candidates advanced clinical specialty
and (if applicable) subspecialty training, teaching and/or awards, etc.).
For those candidates with a Ph.D., letters from their thesis mentor and postdoctoral
mentors should be provided.
- Academic record during graduate training
- Compatibility with the Training Program’s areas of concentration and
disciplines (Multimodality Treatment Strategies for Cancer; Drug Discovery
and Development; Underserved Populations & Cancer Treatment Disparities)
For more information or questions about the program please e-mail us.
This page was last updated: April 8, 2015