NOTE: Applications are currently being accepted.
Scholar Candidate Eligibility
- All candidates must be physicians holding MD, DO or MD/PhD degrees, have completed specialty clinical training, and are board-eligible in a cancer-related specialty. Candidates must have a clinical training background in one of the following oncology disciplines: medical, surgical, gynecological, dermatological, pediatric or radiation oncology.
- All clinician candidates must be eligible to obtain NIH funding.
- Clinician candidates who have equivalent training or clear experience in clinical trial design and leadership in clinical oncology trials would not normally be candidates for this Certificate Program.
- Minimum two-year commitment required.
To apply, please submit the following set of documents:
A recent Curriculum Vitae including previous research experience, both didactic and practical.
A personal statement describing the reason for seeking research training in clinical investigation, specific research interests, and career plans (3 pages maximum).
A hypothesis-driven research plan with specific aims (3-5 pages).
At least 3 letters of recommendation, including one either from the residency training director or doctoral committee chairperson/advisor.
Proof of U.S. citizenship (passport) or permanent residency (green card).
Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged.
Please address letters to:
Stanton L. Gerson, MD
Director, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center
Please email application materials to:
Damian Junk, PhD
Assistant Director of Cancer Training, Education, and Research