Investing in the Future

RPCI's world-renowned faculty, combined with strong alliances with the University at Buffalo and other local and regional colleges and universities, enables the Institute to provide a superior, comprehensive education in several fields.

Specific fields and target audiences include:

  • Clinical training of residents and fellows
  • Predoctoral and Master's degree¬†training in basic and translational cancer biology
  • Postdoctoral training in basic and translational cancer biology
  • Advanced training in oncology nursing
  • Continuing medical education for physicians and dentists
  • Cancer prevention for the general public
  • Allied health baccalaureate and professional training
  • Public and professional education about cancer and AIDS
  • Ethics in basic and clinical research
  • Summer research¬†internships for high school and college students

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Graduate Education

We are pleased to announce that we have revised and improved the structure and curricula of our graduate programs to create M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Cancer Sciences! Admission to these newly re-designed programs will begin with the fall 2018 applications. Find out more:

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Student Spotlight

Hayley Affronti awarded prestigious fellowship from the National Cancer Institute

Seven RPCI graduate students presented research results at the 2017 American Association for Cancer Research meeting

Danielle Twum honored by the NIH

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