Nicholls-Biondi Diversity Clinical Scientist Fellowships for Academic Careers in Cancer-Related Research

Nicholls-Biondi Diversity Clinical Scientist Fellowships for Academic Careers in Cancer-Related Research

Dr. Anthony Daniyan, Program Director

Dr. Anthony Daniyan, Program Director

MSK’s new two-year clinical research fellowship program seeks to train future leaders in cancer-related research in any clinical discipline in medicine. Our academic career-development track record is outstanding.

Clinical Scientist Fellows will be given the opportunity to:

  • receive state-of-the-art mentored clinical research training
  • enrollment in the Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum
  • coursework in Gerstner Sloan Kettering’s Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Cancer Research program

Program Benefits

  • stipend and housing
  • mentored research in the trainee’s designated interest area
  • concurrent complementary clinical activity
  • full participation in service/department level conferences and DMTs
  • full support for loan repayment programs, if eligible

Eligibility Selection Criteria

  • Self-identified as underrepresented in the U.S. biomedical sciences and fields, as defined by the NIH notice of diversity
  • completed a formal ACGME or equivalently certified training program in the US
  • board eligible or board-certified in their respective discipline
  • seeking a career in academic medicine, specifically in cancer-related research
  • willing to commit to at least two years of formal research training
  • both internal/external candidates considered

* Surgery residents desiring two years of oncology research embedded within their residency are also eligible. 

The Application

Apply to the fellowship online.

If you need more information, contact Mary Porpora at [email protected].

Program will start in July 2022.

MSK Underrepresented in Medicine (URM) Faculty & Fellows Alliance

Get more information on Hospital Faculty & Trainee Careers at MSK.

Our mission is to support MSK’s diverse community of physicians and provide a platform for networking and communication. We aim to address the needs of URM physicians through faculty and fellow mentorship, professional development, and community outreach in alignment with MSK’s mission. 

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