Stanford Cancer Systems Biology Scholars (CSBS) Program Postdoctoral Training in Systems Biology of Cancer Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
Program Director: Sylvia Plevritis, PhD Co-Program Director: Garry Nolan, PhD
The Stanford Cancer Systems Biology Scholars (CSBS) Program is a multidisciplinary training program for cancer and biocomputational researchers who want to embark on a systems biology approach to discover clinically-relevant cellular and molecular networks underlying cancer risk, initiation, progression and treatment response. With funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), we are able to offer the CSBS Program to well-qualified applicants from various backgrounds: (1) cancer biologists who want to be cross-trained in computational sciences and (2) computational scientists who want to be cross-trained in cancer biology. CSBS is a two-year postdoctoral training program focused on innovative, multidisciplinary cancer research education that seamlessly integrates experimental and computational biology in order to systematically unravel the complexity of cancer. We bring together 30 faculty mentors from 19 departments. Funding is available for salary, supplies, and travel. Applicants must have an MD or PhD.
Application deadline: October 31st, 2016 for a start date in September 2017.
(Priority will be given to applications received by October 31. Applications received after October 31 will be considered until positions are filled.)
For application information and form: http://med.stanford.edu/csbs
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