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Career Development

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University provides faculty, trainees and clinical staff with career development opportunities and resources designed to guide and enhance professional and personal growth.

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Research Career Development

Emory University's Cancer Biology Predoctoral Training Program is designed to meet the need for continuous advancements in cancer research and treatment by offering a unique and comprehensive training experience for graduate trainees.

Winship's American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant (ACS-IRG) supports the early development of junior faculty in their independent cancer research careers through an annual call for pilot projects.

The Winship K12 Clinical Oncology Training Program is a career development program, supported by the National Cancer Institute, for clinician-investigators in the conduct of therapeutic cancer clinical research.

The Winship Lung Cancer SPORE aims to promote the advancement of early career lung cancer investigators through the conduct of a mentored Career Enhancement Program (CEP).

Postdoctoral Training and Support

Winship Cancer Institute provides support and training opportunities for the professional development of postdoctoral fellows interested in cancer-related research.

Postdoctoral Training at Winship

Winship's T32 Cancer Biology Training Program for Postdoctoral Researchers, supported by a grant from the National Cancer Institute, provides enhanced mentored training to postdoctoral trainees researching cancer biology.

Winship Postdoctoral Scholar Program is designed to acknowledge exceptional postdoctoral scholars engaged in outstanding cancer research, showcasing leadership, mentorship and service qualities.

Oncology Career Development

The Winship Preceptorship for Breast/Lung Oncologists from Latin America program seeks to provide educational exposure for early- to mid-career practicing oncologists from Latin America.

Women of Winship aims to narrow the gender disparities in the academic environment by promoting career development for women at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.

At Winship Cancer Institute, we invest in keeping oncology nursing staff current and informed with a number of programs and courses to continue their education.

The Emory Hematology/Medical Oncology APP Fellowship Program provides structured and supportive post graduate training and education for advanced practice providers in hematology, medical oncology and bone marrow transplant.