Rotations for Graduate/ Medical Students
The primary goal of this program is to allow cross-institutional training and education of medical and graduate students from MCC/USF and PSM in specialized areas of cancer. Areas include basic and translational cancer research as well as education into the problems associated with delivery of cancer care and research in minority populations. To achieve this goal students from each institution are provided an opportunity to train and do research at the opposite institution.
The opportunities are:
- PSM Ph.D. graduate students perform 8 weeks of research in laboratories at Moffitt Cancer Center.
- PSM medical students perform 8 weeks of basic or basic/translational research at Moffitt Cancer Center.
- USF Ph.D. graduate students affiliated with Moffitt Cancer Center perform 4 to 10 weeks of research at PSM.
- USF medical students do a basic/translational research project at PSM.
Interested students must complete the application form and supply the requested documents. All applications will be reviewed by the U54 Training and Education Committee and ranked according to merit and alignment with the goals of the U54 grant.
Accepted students will receive travel and housing support for the rotation. Specific details will be provided at the time of acceptance.
Applications must be received by February 15, 2015 to be considered for participation in the following summer term.
Click here to download the application and instructions.