UNM CRTC Postdoc Matching Fellowships and Translational Cancer Research Awards

RFA for the UNM Cancer Research & Treatment Center Postdoctoral Matching Fellowships and Translational Cancer Research Awards are now available for anyone who is working on a cancer related research project.

There are opportunities for 4-5 translational awards with consideration for support by the Oxnard Foundation and 8-10 postdoctoral matches.

To have the application emailed to you, contact Sheryl Curtin at 272-5624 or scurtin@salud.unm.edu.

Applicants should submit the original and 12 copies of the entire application, plus 4 copies of the Appendix, to the CRTC Translational Research Program, Att. Sheryl Curtin,  CRF 101, 2325 Camino de Salud, Albuquerque, NM 87131, by 5 pm on May 14, 2004. 

The University of New Mexico Cancer Research & Treatment Center is New Mexico's premier Cancer Center supported by the State and the National Cancer Institute to conduct innovative research and deliver state-of-the-art patient care. The UNM CRTC works to reduce the incidence of cancer in New Mexico, decrease cancer mortality and contribute to the world's understanding of cancer. With a staff of over 300 including more than 150 physicians and research scientists, the UNM CRTC maintains a vigorous clinical research program, participates in clinical trials and compiles and tracks data on all cancer cases affecting the state's diverse population.

Contact: Angela Heisel, 272-3322

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