The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is the oldest and largest scientific organization in the world focused on every aspect of high-quality, innovative cancer research. Committed to building and training a diverse cancer research workforce, the AACR invests in the training of the next generation of cancer researchers and early-career investigators by offering the following Educational Workshops in 2020.
ERC-funded PhD research positions in sensing of tumour microenvironment (2 vacancies)
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Two PhD research positions are available in the frame of the ERC project “Sensing cell-cell interaction heterogeneity in 3D tumor models: towards precision medicine (INTERCELLMED)” to carry out fundamental r
The National Cancer Institute is committed to fostering a diverse community of scientists and expanding the representation among its trainees. The Intramural Diversity Workforce Branch in the Center for Cancer Training was established to help attract, recruit, and build this community. The Graduate Student Recruiting Program (GSRP) was instituted to recruit postdoctoral fellows to complete their training at NCI.