Advanced training for clinical scientists
If you’re interested in taking your science at Roswell Park even further, be sure to ask about the NIH T32 Postdoctoral Research Training program.
Our T32 investigators are eager to provide fellows with specialized training to prepare for a career as an independent translational clinician scientist.
This program combines your clinical surgical oncology fellowship and our T32 research program into a three-year program:
- Full clinical training to meet and exceed Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) requirements
- Two full years of research training
T32 research assignments are tailored to the interests of the fellows, guided by an advisory committee of leading surgical scientists nationwide. Opportunities range from basic research in immunology and genetics to molecular therapeutics, pharmacology, and health services research.
You’ll be paid a stipend equal to that of all clinical fellows at Roswell Park.