Cancer Research Training Program Seeks Postdocs

The UIC Cancer Education and Career Development Program at the UIC Institute of Research and Policy has openings for two postdoctoral trainees.

The training program, funded by the National Cancer Institute, offers a multi-disciplinary, mentored environment that integrates behavioral to biological science research focused on cancer disparities and understanding and preventing cancer.

The traineeship prepares individuals who want to pursue a career in cancer research as independent academic scientists. Mentored by established NCI investigators, each trainee produces two to three publications per year, collaborates as an investigator with a multidisciplinary team, and develops her or his own research proposals.

This traineeship is up to two years, renewable each year with satisfactory performance. The program is intended for individuals with a doctoral degree in public health, epidemiology, community psychology, sociology, or an allied health science with a public health focus.

Members of groups historically underrepresented in scientific research are encouraged to apply.

The search will remain open until the position are filled. Salary and fringe benefits are included. More information regarding the program can be found at

Applications should include a letter, curriculum vitae, three samples of written materials, official transcripts, and three letters of recommendation, bound in a single PDF, and submitted to