Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research Project

Internships and Training Opportunities

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Cancer Research Internships for Undergraduate Students
This nine-week summer internship will provide research experience and mentorship for underrepresented or minority undergraduate students attending New Mexico State University.

Cancer Research Internship for NMSU Graduate Students
This nine-week summer program will provide field experience and mentorship for graduate students at New Mexico State University who are interested in public health aspects of cancer research.

Undergraduate Teaching Experience for Post Doctoral Fellows
The Cancer Teaching Fellows Program provides an opportunity for FHCRC post doctoral fellows to complete a two-week residency at NMSU and gain mentored undergraduate teaching experience at New Mexico State University.

Workshop: Using Case Studies in Teaching
If you are a postdoc, grad student, or staff scientist who is interested in learning more about innovative teaching approaches and developing creative and potentially publishable teaching materials, consider applying to participate in the “Using Case Studies in Teaching” workshop at the FHCRC.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a world leader in research to prevent, detect and treat cancer and other life-threatening diseases.