Events, Seminars, and Grand Rounds
Check the University of Arizona Cancer Center calendar of events for cancer-related presentations on a broad range of topics.
Faculty & Physicians
The University of Arizona Cancer Center provides institutional research grants for early stage investigators. University of Arizona’s Research Gateway provides grant application-related resources for all investigators.
Training in a broad range of cancer areas is provided through graduate programs (MS, PhD, MD/PhD) in Cancer Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Cellular & Molecular Medicine, Clinical Translational Sciences and Student Transformative Experiences to Progress Under-represented Professionals.
To enrich their medical school education, students can pursue short-term fellowships during vacation periods or extended full-time research experiences through College of Medicine programs.
High School Students
We coordinate with high school programs in the area to provide a broad array of training and educational experiences that prepare students to enter the field of cancer research. Our priority is to build a robust cancer research workforce that reflects the diverse population in Southern Arizona.
Margaret Briehl, PhD
Associate Director, Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Farrell-Wortman, PhD
Operations Manager, Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination
Science Educator, Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination