The cancer research training and education core of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute will integrate cancer training and education of biomedical researchers and community health care professionals into programmatic efforts to enhance the scientific mission and potential of the Cancer Institute while enriching the careers of its members and working with the community to foster future scientific leaders.
Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities (GMaP)
Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities (GMaP) Region 2 is a federally funded program to support underrepresented scholars (NIH definition) pursuing cancer research and all scholars pursuing Cancer Health disparities research. Awards are for up to $2,000 and eligible candidates include ESI junior faculty, post-docs, graduate students, medical students.
Cancer Research Training and Education in collaboration with the DEI Pathways Program created cancer specific modules to teach to students across Arkansas. Dr. Tom Kelly, Associate Director for Research Training and Education, and Katina White, Education Curriculum Coordinator for DEI and the Pathways Program, are seen here presenting the modules to students at Pine Bluff High on January 21, 2023.
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