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Education and Training

Fellows, postdocs and trainees are critical to the success of the Rogel Cancer Center’s research programs.

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Our trainees include undergraduate, graduate, and medical students as well as post-doctoral and clinical fellows. They work with the faculty who are Core Members of the Rogel Cancer Center, spanning the areas of basic science, clinical research, and population studies.

Postdocs, grants, and other opportunities with upcoming deadlines

Below are fellowship and grant opportunities at both the University of Michigan and cancer centers across the country. If you're a postdoctoral fellow, house officer, graduate, or undergraduate student who works with a Rogel Cancer Center faculty mentor, make sure you are registered for trainee membership to be the first to learn of these opportunities.

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Did you miss the first Cells to Society seminar?

If you weren't able to attend "An Introduction to Rogel TrEC Office, Programs, Resources, and Opportunities and Rogel Trainee Panel," don't worry! You can view the recording here.

Are you a registered trainee at the Rogel Cancer Center?

All Registered Rogel Cancer Center trainees (undergrads, graduate students, medical students, Ph.D. students, and fellows) receive priority access to our scholarships, funding, and training opportunities.Register today!.

Are you a student, trainee, or mentor?

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Get more information about educational opportunities.