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UAB Cancer Prevention and Control Training Program Application

UAB’s Cancer Prevention and Control Training Program is funded by the National Cancer Institute, and therefore, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the United States are eligible to apply. Pre- and post-doctoral trainees are selected on a rolling admissions basis as new positions open.

If you are applying for a post-doctoral position, please apply here and via the Office of Postdoctoral Education at UAB.

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Funding opportunities may be available based on the specific characteristics of the applicant. Please fill out the information below if you might be interested.
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Please outline any grants, awards, special recognitions, or anything that you feel has had an impact on your academic career.

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To complete your application, you must submit 3 letters of recommendation from senior faculty members.
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Email reprints of first-authored papers to Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, Ph.D., at demark@uab.edu.
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As an institution of higher education and in the spirit of its policies of equal employment opportunity, UAB hereby reaffirms its policy of equal educational opportunity. All applicants for admission will be considered without regard for an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability unrelated to program performance, disabled veteran status, or Vietnam-era veteran status. Complaints or grievances from any students who have reason to think they have been affected by discrimination will be considered through established procedures.