The educational program is designed to: 1) provide a broad knowledge of modern biomedical science; 2) provide didactic and experiential training in the intellectual and philosophical approach to modern investigation; 3) develop writing skills; 4) develop teaching skills; and 5) correct any deficiencies in past scientific training.
The clinical segment of this Fellowship allows participants to work and learn directly with the Department of Urology's Urologic Oncology team, one of the premier programs in its field nationally with expertise in urologic surgery, radiation oncology and medical oncology.
Active laboratory programs include work in the areas of prostate cancer genetics, gene discovery, metastasis, biomarker discovery, therapeutic development, and prostate and bladder cell biology. Recently, research has expanded broadly into specific evaluation of quality-of-life outcomes analyses for localized and metastatic bladder and prostate cancers.
How to Apply
For more information on the Fellowship and how to apply, contact Laura Woodman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-763-2797.
Upon successful completion of the program, fellows are expected to pursue an academic position or further training in a mentored setting, such as a career development award.
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