The Case CCC training effort is coordinated by Mark Jackson, PhD, Associate Director for Training and Education. The education effort comprises training of medical students, graduate students and postdoctoral students, and clinical and research training of residents and clinical fellows.
Trainee Associate Members are eligible to apply for trainee awards and are invited to cancer center sponsored events.
The Clinical Oncology Research Career Development Program provides interdisciplinary training clinical oncology junior faculty physicians who are interested in pursuing academic research careers as physician-scientists.
Consider one of our summer training programs and spend your summer learning from world-class cancer researchers!
Applications are now closed for the 2022 application cycle.
The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center manages two NCI-funded mentored research programs: Training in Computational Genomic Epidemiology of Cancer (CoGEC) and the Cancer Biology Training Grant.
Exceptional postdoctoral candidates are eligible to apply for the Postdoctoral Catalyst Fellowship, with a $10,000 annual stipend premium above current NIH stipend levels.
The Youth Engaged in Science program supports educational opportunities for underrepresented minority middle and high school students from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), along with their teachers and families. The program strives to engage students early on, spark their interest in cancer research, and give them the tools to successfully join the biomedical workforce.
The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center is located at Case Western Reserve University, just 5 miles east of downtown Cleveland.