Cedars-Sinai Cancer created the Cancer Research Education and Training Program to support the next generation of cancer researchers and specialists with the aim of helping address various cancer health disparities in our communities by supporting and encouraging a diverse biomedical pipeline. We are continuously expanding our education and training efforts. To be appraised of new initiatives, grant opportunities and new programs, please email CSCancerEducation@cshs.org with a request to be added to our list.
Cedars-Sinai Cancer values providing dedicated training to postgraduate fellows through expanding T32 opportunities. If interested in learning more about our fellowships, please email CSCancerEducation@cshs.org.
This twice-yearly course is created to help junior researchers prepare and submit different types of successful career development awards—from the NIH K awards to foundation grants. Please email CSCancerEducation@cshs.org for more information about our curriculum and our next cohort.
This monthly seminar series teaches participants how to move an original basic discovery/concept from the lab to a clinical trial with proper design and sample size. You can email CSCancerEducation@cshs.org for more information or click here to sign up for one of their free lectures.
Awards five trainees vouchers for up to 10 hours of teaching and support from a biostatistician for their independent research projects. For eligibility criteria and how to apply, please email CSCancerEducation@cshs.org.