Promoting integrity and excellence in research in an environment

that is collaborative, supportive, and builds capacity.


The T32 Cancer Disparities Training Program has 1 postdoctoral trainee position available.

For details and to apply go to:

Deadline: Open until filled

The Cancer Related Health Disparities Training Program seeks to train researchers who are prepared to conduct community-engaged research to develop, test, and disseminate interventions in both clinical and community settings to reduce cancer-related health disparities among communities most impacted by inequities.

The program also intends to enhance the diversity of the research workforce in this area of study by specifically recruiting individuals from underrepresented or underresourced populations.

The program is innovative in focusing on education and experience in community-engaged research and on interventions to reduce cancer disparities. It's also innovative in mentorship, in which community members provide cultural mentoring and partnership in all aspects of research.

This T32 Cancer Related Health Disparities Training Program is a joint effort between the University of MinneFsota Medical School and School of Public Health. It's funded by the National Cancer Institute, Grant T32 CA163184.