Department of Health Outcomes and Behavior: Training Opportunities
Post Graduate, Graduate, and Undergraduate Training opportunities
The Department of Health Outcomes and Behavior offers multiple training opportunities, including National Cancer Institute-funded postdoctoral fellowships and research project-funded postdoctoral fellowships. Internships and field experiences for undergraduate, graduate, and medical students are also available throughout the year.
Moffitt Cancer Center invites applications to its postdoctoral training program in behavioral oncology. This NCI-funded interdisciplinary training program is designed to prepare fellows for careers as independent investigators engaged in research on behavioral aspects of cancer prevention, detection and control. For additional questions contact Terri White Jones at Teresa.White-Jones@moffitt.org.
Applications are now open for the 2019 SPIRIT-CHD Summer Internship Program! The SPIRIT-CHD summer internship is open to current undergraduate and medical students interested in biobanking, precision medicine and cancer health disparities research. For more information about the internship and how to apply please visit our website at www.spiritchd.com. For additional questions contact Z’Kera Sims at email@example.com or (813) 745-8726.
Moffitt's SPARK, the Summer Program for the Advancement of Research Knowledge, is a sponsored internship program for undergraduates at the Moffitt Cancer Center on the campus of the University of South Florida in Tampa. For more information, please follow the provided links, or contact us by email at SPARK@moffitt.org. Please note that the SPARK Program application window is from Jan. 1 to Feb. 15.
TBCCN Undergraduate Training Opportunities (Field Experience/Internships)
Talk to the field experience/internship coordinator in your program/department and ask them to contact Khaliah Fleming at Khaliah.Fleming@moffitt.org or (813) 745-8864 for details.
Training Opportunities for Healthcare Professionals
The NCI-Funded Enriching Communication Skills for Health Professionals in Oncofertility (ECHO) is a web-based training program that includes psychosocial, biological, clinical, and skill building web-based modules to help allied health professionals (physician assistants, nurses, social workers and psychologists) communicate timely and relevant information regarding reproductive health issues (e.g., fertility, sexuality, body image) to their adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology patients. Interested learners should submit their application on our website at echo.rhoinstitute.org/echo-application/. For additional information or questions, please contact us at: Phone: (813)745-6941 Email: ECHO@Moffitt.org Web: www.echo.rhoinstitute.org
Training Opportunities for Community Outreach and Education Professionals
Programa de ÁRBOLES Familiares aims to improve community outreach and educate professionals (health educators, promotoras, lay health workers, navigators) who work with the Latino population. The training program will increase knowledge and confidence about cancer genetics and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. If you are a bilingual (English-Spanish) community health professional and are interested in applying or finding more information about the training, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.arbolesfamiliares.org.