Accepted fellows will attend a two-week summer training and a one-week follow-up training in the fall. In addition to formal training, fellows will receive distance learning, peer and career mentorship to develop and implement cancer control projects, and be connected to a network of experts in cancer control and prevention in Indian Country. We encourage AI/AN graduate students, researchers, and tribal health workers with a demonstrated interest in cancer prevention and control to apply.
Application will be available in January 2024.
Topics will include (not limited to):
Cancer control study design
Cohort studies among American Indians
Community-based chronic disease programs
Cultural considerations in cancer epidemiology
Implementing a Native comprehensive cancer prevention and control project