CPRIT renews funding for MD Anderson training program
The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) awarded The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center $4 million in continued funding for the MD Anderson Cancer Center CPRIT Research Training Program, which provides fundamental, interdisciplinary and innovative training in cancer research for basic and translational scientists. The grant renewal funds the program for another five years.
While many academic institutions also offer a wide range of research focus areas, MD Anderson is unique in that our curricula centers around oncology. This means our postdoctoral fellows have access to data and equipment that are often exclusive to cancer centers, giving them the opportunity to build unmatched expertise in this field.
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