Funded by the National Cancer Institute, the T32 Interdisciplinary Training in Behavioral Oncology program centers interdisciplinary cancer prevention and control research that spans the continuum of prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship.
This flexible program addresses the educational needs of individuals from different academic home disciplines with enough formality to ensure that participants achieve high levels of content knowledge and acquire intensive research experience. Predoctoral fellows are allowed a maximum of three years of support and postdoctoral fellows two years of support.
The T32 Program is only open to United States citizens or U.S. permanent residents. Interdisciplinary Training in Behavioral Oncology (NCI T32)