Tribal Researchers’ Cancer Control Fellowship Program

The NW NARCH program, in collaboration with the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board and the OHSU Prevention Research Center, is seeking applications from qualified tribal health researchers to attend a new cancer control research training program. Successful applicants will attend a two-week (expenses paid) training, offered in conjunction with the Summer Research Training Institute, at the Indian Health Board in June 2018. This session will be followed by a one-week (expenses paid) training in the fall of 2018. Fellows will work with peer and career mentors to develop and implement cancer control projects, and will be supported to attend professional meetings to present their research findings.