Image Guided Cancer Therapy T32 Training Program
The IGCT T32 Training Program features:
- Cross-disciplinary & mentoring and support from established clinician scientists and investigators
- Personalized and adaptable training plan to fit your career goals
- Immersive multi-disciplinary research
- Clinical shadowing with IGCT faculty in key image guided cancer therapy areas
- Scientific & Grant writing training with faculty guidance and mentoring to help you achieve independent funding (e.g., NIH K-awards)
- Professional development and knowledge building writing development opportunities
- Courses in image guided cancer therapies
- Seminar series
- Journal club
Please check back with us often, as additional details and information will be added frequently!
Training Program Eligibility
The IGCT T32 Training Program is currently recruiting highly qualified candidates who:
- Have a strong desire and interest to pursue research in image guided cancer therapies (any area)
- Have completed an M.D., Ph.D., or M.D./Ph.D. (or equivalent; within three (3) years of degree completion or completion of a clinical residency program)
- Hold United States citizenship or permanent residency (required by the National Institute of Health)
How to Apply
To apply for a position in the IGCT T32 Training Program, please submit a completed application.
You will be asked for the following documents to be uploaded to the application:
- Research/Interest Statement (2 page limit)
- Adversity/Diversity Statement (2 page limit)
- Provide 3 References
Multidisciplinary Mentoring Team
The IGCT T32 Training Program provides critical and comprehensive training for clinician-scientists and scientists seeking to establish academic careers with research in image guided cancer therapies and in team science. Our world-renowned research mentors direct high impact translational projects and publish in well-respected journals.
Our IGCT T32 Prinicpal Investigators, Drs. Brock, Lai, and Fuller, represent a wealth of knowledge in grant writing with longstanding histories of successful funding. Cumulatively, they serve as PIs for nearly $19M in active and competitive research funding, including 10 NIH research grants (8 active R01/R21s), NSF grants, and 2 NIH Training Programs. They also lead a number of strategic alliance projects and industry collaborations. The PIs will provide essential mentorship to help T32 participants design and successfully secure extramural funding (e.g., NIH K awards).