Molecular Imaging in Cancer Biology Training Program (NCI T32)

Molecular Imaging in Cancer Biology Training Program (NCI T32)

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center developmental biologist Anna-Katerina “Kat” Hadjantonakis

Developmental biologist Anna-Katerina “Kat” Hadjantonakis is one of 20 preceptors that will mentor trainees in the T32 Molecular Imaging in Cancer Biology Training Program.

Funded by a National Cancer Institute research training grant (T32 CA254875), the Molecular Imaging in Cancer Biology (MICB) Training Program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center provides support for a three-year period to five postdoctoral trainees and one predoctoral trainee from Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSK). The program offers a unique opportunity for trainees to work collaboratively with clinicians and scientists, and to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in basic science and translational research.

The MICB program, led by Jason Lewis, Hedvig Hricak, and Michael Overholtzer, aims to train the next generation of basic scientists to develop cutting-edge diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic tools and translate novel molecular imaging methods, technologies, and platforms to better understand human cancer biology. The ultimate goal of the program is to enable trainees to advance the diagnosis, treatment, and management of cancer.

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