Resources for Graduate Students
Cancer represents a number of complex diseases that require innovative, multifaceted approaches towards eradication. The Carver College of Medicine and University of Iowa foster a multidisciplinary approach by bringing together nationally- and internationally-recognized researchers and clinicians in a collaborative environment to advance cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.
Trainees have the opportunity to specialize and diversify their focus to improve cancer care under the tutelage of expert cancer researchers, clinicians, and educators in a team-based environment.
T32 Programs Funding Cancer Trainees at Iowa
Funding graduate studies is critical. Trainees in HCCC-affiliated labs are funded through 11 different NIH T32 training grants, including:
- Predoctoral Training Program in Immunology
- Predoctoral Training Program in Genetics
- Predoctoral Training Program in Biotechnology
- Training in Molecular Virology and Viral Pathogenesis
- Training Program in Free Radical and Radiation Biology
- Predoctoral Training in the Pharmacological Sciences