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Training Program Faculty and Trainee Interviews

The following interviews highlight Partnership trainees, activities and programs. Please right click on the following links to open up pages in a new window.

Ivone Bruno, Ph.D. (2:44), postdoctoral fellow, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, shares her experience as a National Cancer Institute's Minority Supplement recipient working with Dr. Miles Wilkinson, Partnership-funded investigator and mentor.

Giovanni Paraliticci (6:14), 4th year rotating medical student, Orthopedic Oncology, highlights his experience in the Partnership's Training Program, as well as the role mentoring has played in his career development.

Guillermo Armaiz-Pena, Ph.D., and Nilsa Rivera, M.S. (2:13), former graduate students of The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, discuss the impact of mentoring in their career development.

George Stancel, Ph.D., dean, and Victoria Knutson, Ph.D., associate dean (5:19), The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, discuss the impact of the Partnership on trainees and offer advice on what skills they feel trainees need to develop as future leaders in cancer medicine.

Ilka Rios, D.M.D., M.S., and Elizabeth Travis, Ph.D. (3:05), co-leaders of the Training Program, talk about the creation of a  training pipeline for trainees and junior faculty with a foundation in mentored experiences.

Kathryn Peek, Ph.D., director, STEP-UP Program, outlines the aspects of trainee participation in the joint biomedical engineering program between MD Anderson and Rice University.

George Stancel, Ph.D., dean, and Victoria Knutson, Ph.D., associate dean (12:23), The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, talk about the M.D./Ph.D. Program between the University of Puerto Rico and MD Anderson, a direct result of the Partnership.

Career Development Videos - A collection of videos produced with the cooperation of UT Television, which cover a wide range of topics. 

 

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