International Agency for Research on Cancer

Deadline: 31/12/2001
September 29, 2003

Applicants should have a recent doctoral degree in medicine or the natural sciences or be in the final phase of completing their doctoral degree and wishing to pursue a career in cancer research.

Disciplines considered are: epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental and viral carcinogenesis, cell biology, genetics, molecular biology, and mechanisms of carcinogenesis. Applications are accepted from any country. Fellowships are tenable in any suitable institution in any country abroad. Fellows must have an adequate knowledge of English or the language of their host country. Fellowships are awarded for one year and Fellows are expected to return to a post in their home country.

Full details here
Contact: Eve El Akroud
Address: Cancer Research Fellowship Programme International Agency for Research on Cancer
150 cours Albert Thomas
F-69372 Lyon cedex 08
Telephone: +33 (4) 738448
Fax: +33 (4) 738080

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