"Preventing cancer is one of the most important scientific and public health goals of the 21st Century. To achieve that goal, the Nation needs leaders: scientists and health professionals trained in the principles and practice of cancer prevention and control."
Information about the fellowship program including eligibility requirements, application procedures, and additional aspects of the program can be found in this Catalog.
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Fellowship Program Deadlines
The deadline for applying was August 25, 2016.
Fellows receive training that prepare them to become leaders in the field of cancer prevention and control. Alumni of the CPFP are currently located at the following institutions to include: Cancer Centers, Government Agencies Outside of NIH, Medical Practices, National Institutes of Health, Research Firms or Private Organization, and Universities across the world... read more about Post-Fellowship Employment