Paul Calabresi Career Award for Clinical Oncology (K12)
The Massachusetts General Hospital, in conjunction with the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is pleased to offer a 2-year research fellowship in neuro-oncology. The program is supported by a K12 training grant from the National Cancer Institute.
Individuals with an interest in academic neuro-oncology who have completed clinical training in neurology, neurosurgery, neuropathology, medical oncology, pediatric oncology or radiation oncology are encouraged to apply.
The program consists of 2 years of research experience as well as didactic training in clinical research methodology. Trainees are expected to devote at least 75% effort to research training. Trainees will be engaged in laboratory-based or clinical translational research under the guidance of a mentoring committee chosen by the program director and the trainee. Trainees will have a wide range of research opportunities at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the larger Harvard scientific community.
An application consists of 1) letter of interest (2 pages maximum), 2) curriculum vitae and 3) three letters of recommendation. Applications are due by Tuesday October 31, 2017 for the training period July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2020. Awardees will be notified by Friday December 15, 2017. Applications from women and representatives from minority groups are encouraged. Applications from candidates on any type of visa cannot be accepted.
Applications should be submitted as a single pdf via email to:
Leah Hesse, Ph.D.
K12 Program Administrator
The Massachusetts General Hospital is an equal opportunity affirmative/ action employer