You can apply for the pre-doctoral training program if you
meet all of the following requirements:
You can apply for the post-doctoral training program if
Have an MS, MPH, MSPH, or an equivalent level of
- Are currently enrolled in a doctoral program at
- Have finished at least three semesters of doctoral
Candidates for both the pre-doctoral and post-doctoral
training program must be citizens or non-citizen nationals of the US, or must
have been lawfully admitted to the US for permanent residence (i.e., in
possession of a currently valid Alien Registration Receipt Card I-551, or other
legal verification of such status). Non-citizen nationals are generally persons
born in outlying possessions of the US (i.e., American Samoa and Swains
Island). Individuals on temporary visas normally are not eligible.
- A recent graduate of a doctoral program without any
prior post-doctoral fellowship experience,
- A more senior researcher holding doctoral degrees who
wish to change the focus of their research to cancer care quality,
- A physician, nurse, or other clinician who has
completed clinical training and who now wishes to specialize in cancer care
- Individuals in the final stages of a doctoral degree
may apply for the post-doctoral training program, as long as the dissertation
will be defended or completed prior to starting the program.
The application deadline for 2013-2014 is February 1, 2013.
To learn more about the applicant criteria and
procedures, choose one of the links below:
Pre-Doctoral Training Program
Post-Doctoral Training Program
The CCQTP is committed to training a diverse cadre of
clinician and non-clinician scientists. Individuals from under-represented
groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Last updated March 27, 2013