The Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP) is renowned for providing a strong foundation for scientists and clinicians to train in the field of cancer prevention and control.
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The multidisciplinary program offers individuals from varied health sciences disciplines postdoctoral opportunities and comprehensive instruction, including participation in research in the basic, quantitative, social/behavioral sciences, and clinical cancer prevention.
Upcoming CPFP Colloquia Lecture
Daniel A. Rodríguez, PhD, MST will present the next CPFP Colloquia lecture entitled, "Commute Patterns and Depression: Evidence from Eleven Latin American Cities". Date: September 24, 2019; Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm; Location: NCI Shady Grove, Conference Room: Seminar 110 Terrace Level East.
CPFP Annual Advances in Cancer Prevention Lecture Series
CPFP hosts a Annual Advances in Cancer Prevention lecture as part of its Summer Curriculum Program to honor researchers and practioners who have made major contributions to Cancer Prevention and Control. View the NIH VideoCasts
NCI Summer Curriculum: Strengthening Global Cancer Research Capacity
Every year, the Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP) hosts the NCI Summer Curriculum featuring two courses: The Principles and Practice of Cancer Prevention and Control (PPCPC) and the Molecular Prevention Course. The program provides a multidisciplinary overview of the principles and practices of cancer prevention and control from both the public health and the basic biology perspectives.