Dentistry Training

Two (2) available training options:

A. Master of Science 
This Master of Science program is a nationally accredited degree, which is offered in collaboration with RPCI graduate division and Dental School at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB). The training program is designed to provide qualified dentists with the fundamental oncology knowledge, multidisciplinary oncology sciences and research experience with emphasis on dental oncology. This two (2) year program includes graduate and dental elective courses in addition to a research project in the field of dental oncology.
This degree training program requires the trainee to obtain an F-1 student visa, which will be processed by the University at Buffalo.

B. Post-Doctorate Oncology Research Fellowship
This training is available for dentists to practice medical skills in an environment that fits their qualifications and provides clinical and translational oncology research experience. The training permits working under the mentorship and direction of a licensed RPCI dentist. Trainees will be assigned and perform an oncology translational research project to investigate and generate data, which may lead to a submission for publication in peer reviewed journals. The training has a flexible start date and requires a J-1 visa sponsored by RPCI-OICO.