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Training opportunities for qualified applicants with a Ph.D and/or an M.D. degree, who are pursuing careers in basic research; clinical science; cancer prevention and control; behavioral and population sciences; or translational sciences.

Center for Cancer Research (CCR): Fellowships
Postdoctoral fellowships, clinical residencies, programs for recent college graduates, and summer internships for high school, college, and graduate students, as well as medical and dental students - in basic cancer, AIDS, and clinical and translational research. (How to Apply)

Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP)
Postdoctoral fellowship opportunities in cancer prevention and control research for individuals from a multiplicity of disciplines, including behavioral, laboratory, and clinical sciences, epidemiology, ethics, and public health. (How to Apply)

Division of Cancer Control and Population Science (DCCPS) Behavioral Research Career Training
Fellowship opportunities for graduates of postdoctoral, master's, and bachelor's degree programs with education and interest in cancer control research, including health promotion, health communications, informatics, and other areas of behavioral and social science. (How to Apply)

Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG): Fellowships
Postdoctoral and predoctoral fellowship opportunities, as well as summer research programs for high school, college, and graduate students, including medical and dental students - in epidemiology and genetics and the etiology of cancer in human populations. (How to Apply)

Health Communications Internship Program (must be enrolled in a graduate degree program)
Offers paid six-month or one-year internships in health communications and science writing; provides students and recent graduates of master's and doctoral degree programs with an opportunity to be a part of vital health and science communications projects. (How to Apply)

Interagency Oncology Task Force (IOTF): Joint Fellowship Training Program
The NCI and FDA are offering fellowship training for Ph.D.s, M.D.s, and M.D./Ph.D.s or their equivalents in cancer-related scientific research and research-related regulatory review. (How to Apply)

Technology Transfer Fellowship
NCI's Cancer Research Training Award (CRTA) Fellowship Program is designed to provide advanced training in the application of state-of-the-art techniques of technology transfer. (How to Apply)

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