D14021 - Department of Surgery

Contact:  Carolyn Maddox, Administrative Associate for Kirby I. Bland, M.D., Program Director.  T32 Research Training Program in Surgical Oncology.  2512 North Pavilion, Birmingham, AL 35294.  Tel:  (205) 934-2089, Fax: (205) 975-2432.  cmaddox@uab.edu

Applications are being accepted for Research Training Fellowships for the Academic Year 2014-2015.  T32 Research Training Program in Surgical Oncology.  Applications are due by April 30, 2014 for July 1, 2014 start date.  Contact Carolyn Maddox at cmaddox@uab.edu for additional information. 

  • Two-year research training program
  • Mentored multidisciplinary research projects
  • Open to Residents / Fellows in Surgical disciplines
  • Surgical discipline board eligible
  • Support includes stipend, benefits, tuition for required graduate school courses and travel funds

 

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