Paul Calabresi Clinical Oncology Training Program
Clinical Scholars must have recently completed postgraduate training in medical,
radiation, surgical, or gynecologic oncology or
oncology nursing and must be ready for a first faculty appointment.
Basic Science Scholars will have a Ph.D. or Pharm. D., must
have completed at least two years of post-doctoral experience, and must be ready
to develop a clinically oriented, although laboratory focused, research program.
Both Clinical and Basic Science Scholars will use the support from their award
to participate in a training program to allow maturation of their knowledge
base in clinical research. This will entail a didactic component
leading to the Master
of Science in Clinical Research, followed by development and conduct of
a clinical project that could serve as a basis for future research
and/or funding opportunities.
UMGCC Calabresi Scholars must:
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- be US citizens or non-citizen nationals, or must have been lawfully admitted
for permanent residence and possess an Alien Registration Receipt Card (I-151
or I-155) or some other verification of legal admission as a permanent resident;
- be able to commit at least 75 percent of full-time professional effort in
this Program and its related clinical research activities;
- not be or have been a Principal Investigator on an R01 or R21 award or on
a subproject of a Program Project (P01), Center (P50, P60, U54), mentored
career development (K-series) grants, or other equivalent research grant awards;
- have an MD, DO, PharmD, PhD, or be an epidemiologist, behavioral scientist,
or nurse with a doctoral degree, and have completed residency training (or
its equivalent) and/or postdoctoral training;
- be committed to a career in clinical oncology research.
July 3, 2008.