NOTE: Applications are currently being accepted.
- 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.
Application Deadlines and Instructions
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
The following items should be emailed to Damian Junk, PhD, Assistant Director of Cancer Training, Education, and Research at firstname.lastname@example.org:
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. Letters should be addressed to Stanton L. Gerson, MD, Director, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center
Proof of U.S. citizenship (passport) or permanent residency (green card).
Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged.