The CPRIT Graduate Scholars Program is open to all MD Anderson UTHealth Graduate School students who are post-candidacy and directly supervised by an MD Anderson Cancer Center appointed faculty mentor. If student is not directly supervised by a CPRIT Faculty Mentor (listed below), one may be recruited to serve on the student's supervisory committee.
CPRIT Graduate Scholar Faculty Mentors serve as direct supervisors or as co-mentors for CPRIT Graduate Scholars students. CPRIT Faculty Mentors participate in all aspects of the CPRIT Research Training Program, including formal instruction, supervision of Ph.D. dissertation research, and CPRIT journal clubs and conferences.
Patrick Hwu, M.D.
Professor and Division Head, Cancer Medicine Administration
Chair, Depts of Sarcoma Medical Oncology and Melanoma Medical Oncology
Ellen Richie, Ph.D.
Professor, Epigenetics & Molecular Carcinogenesis
Assistant Dean, MD Anderson UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences