July 21 - 28, 2019
Snowmass Village, Colorado, USA
Who Should Apply?The
organizers are primarily seeking applicants who are motivated to build a
career as a physician-scientist in translational cancer research: the
exciting research front at the interface between basic research and
clinical investigations. Ideal candidates are physicians in any stage of
laboratory training, clinical fellows in any oncology subspecialty, and
those with an MD, PhD degree returning to the lab after clinical
training. These applicants should select the “Oncology fellow or
resident” option in the application.
The organizers will also
accept applications for up to five positions reserved for senior
scientists. Senior scientists are defined as physicians or clinical
scientists who are currently transitioning to faculty positions or have
already embarked on academic careers. These applicants should select the
“senior scientist” option in the application.
strongly encouraged from females and racial/ethnic minority groups (as
identified by the NCI) that are traditionally underrepresented in cancer
and biomedical research.
The online application requires the following items from applicants:
instructions for each of the items listed above can be found in the
online application. Applications will not be accepted unless they
contain all the elements described above.
parts of the application form, including the letter from your sponsor
(mentor, supervisor, or department head), must be submitted before the
For questions about the application, please
contact Amy Baran, PhD, Senior Scientific Program Administrator II, at
(215) 446-7192 or email@example.com.