The mission of the interdisciplinary training program in cancer research (NCI funded T32 award) is to immerse postdoctoral trainees (both MD and PhD) in a multi-disciplinary and translational research environment that is representative of cancer research and patient care today.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences offers a multidisciplinary Ph.D. program. Students that are accepted into the Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer (MBGC) track and may elect the subject area of Radiation Biology under the guidance of the faculty in the Department of Radiology's Division of Radiation Research.
The Cancer Summer Student Research Program has been in existence at NJMS since 1969 and is supported through an NCI Cancer Education Program Grant. This program, which has been continuously funded by the NCI for 40 years, provides a unique eight-week research experience for New Jersey Medical School's first and second-year medical students as well as undergraduate students enrolled in our combined BS/MD seven-year program. The Division of Radiation Research has sponsored numerous students in this program that have led to patent applications and publications in major journals.
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