The Postdoctoral Training Program at the Moffitt Cancer Center was established to advance the careers of promising scholars who are interested in sharing our mission, which is "to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer." By providing access to cutting-edge research facilities and the collaborative, interdisciplinary environment of Moffitt Cancer Center, we hope to produce strong, successful candidates for research positions throughout the scientific community.
Interested in a career in cancer research? If you have already completed your Ph.D. (or an equivalent degree program), then the Postdoctoral Training at Moffitt Cancer Center may be for you. We are interested in recruiting scholars who have a profound interest in preventing, treating, and curing cancer, one experiment at a time, as well as those who would like to help patients in their struggle to beat the disease.
Moffitt Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in the state of Florida and one of only seven in the southeast. As a Comprehensive Cancer Center, our research enterprise offers training in numerous areas key in the fight against cancer. Postdoctoral researchers at Moffitt work under the guidance of outstanding faculty mentors in various aspects of cancer research, including: Cancer Biology and Evolution, Cancer Epidemiology, Chemical Biology and Molecular Medicine, Health Outcomes and Behavior, and Immunology.
Moffitt Cancer Center offers diverse educational activities, including biannual research retreats and symposia and conferences. We have a strong base of faculty to serve as mentors and an active Postdoctoral Association.
- Tumor Immunology Training Program
- Molecular Epidemiology Training Program
- Behavioral Oncology Training Program
- Physical Science Oncology Center Training Program
- Postdoctoral Association
- Other Postdoctoral Training Opportunities