Posted Mar 01
University of Illinois at Chicago

NCI-funded Post-Doctoral in Cancer Education and Career Development

Chicago, IL, United States Full Time

National Cancer Institute-funded post-doctoral research position is available at the

University of Illinois at Chicago Cancer Education and Career Development Program.

The Program offers a multi-disciplinary mentored environment integrating behavioral

to biological science research focused on cancer disparities and understanding and

preventing cancer. The traineeship provides preparation for an individual who wishes

to pursue an independent academic research career in cancer prevalence, diagnosis,

treatment, and survivorship. The trainee will work with established investigators and

will be expected to develop research proposals; produce two to three publications per

year; and work with a multidisciplinary team.

This traineeship is up to two years, renewable each year contingent upon satisfactory

performance. Individuals with a doctoral degree in public health, epidemiology,

community psychology, sociology or related allied health science degrees with a

public health focus are encouraged to apply, as are those from underrepresented

groups. Search remains open until position is filled. Salary and fringe benefits are

included. More information regarding the program can be found at


NCI-Funded Post-Doctoral Training in

Cancer Control and Prevention

Applications require a letter, curriculum vitae, three samples of written

materials, official transcripts, and three

recommendation letters submitted to

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal

Opportunity Employer

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