As part of its longstanding commitment to training the next generation of scientists and recognizing the burgeoning need in cancer immunology for scientists with expertise and understanding in both quantitative and biological sciences, the Cancer Research Institute is launching the CRI Immuno-Informatics Postdoctoral Fellowship.
The CRI Immuno-Informatics Postdoctoral Fellowship will provide critical financial support and continued career training for both computational biologists who seek to strengthen their knowledge of immunology and cancer immunologists who seek training in computational biology, data science, and/or genomics under the mentorship of world-renowned scientists in these disciplines. We will also consider applicants from diverse PhD fields who will train at the interface of cancer immunology and computational biology. The program is designed to train and equip the next generation of scientists with the knowledge and practical tools to pursue novel research ideas bridging immunology and computational biology.
There will be two application deadlines per year: March 1 and September 1. Further details can be found at: CRI Immuno-Informatics Postdoctoral Fellowship. Please share this new funding opportunity within your institution and professional network.
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