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Predoctoral programs

Ph.D. Concentration in Cancer and Molecular Medicine (CAMM)

Ph.D. concentration in cancer and molecular medicine (CAMM) As part of The VCU Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research doctoral program in clinical and translational sciences, Massey supports two CAMM students per year. Co-directed by Massey research members Joyce Lloyd, Ph.D., and Devanand Sarkar, Ph.D., the concentration is designed to train students in the research skills required to perform translational research in cancer and molecular medicine. In 2020, three courses were launched as part of the CAMM curriculum with a focus on clinical awareness and clinical research methods, cancer community-engaged translational research and reproducible cancer bioinformatics.

Learn more about the Ph.D. concentration in cancer and molecular medicine

Cancer Prevention & Control Cancer Health Equity T32 (CPC-CHE T32)

Massey’s NCI-funded T32 predoctoral training program supports trainees interested in cancer prevention and control research.

Learn more about the CPC-CHE T32 program

Walter Lawrence Scholars Initiative

The Walter Lawrence Scholars Initiative is for diverse individuals interested in a career in science writing and science communication, and who have completed a master’s degree or higher. This six-week internship is designed to foster a pathway for individuals in this field while promoting an understanding of cancer disparities in Virginia and nationwide.

Learn more about the Walter Lawrence Scholars Initiative

VCU programs offering mentorship opportunities with Massey members

Other VCU programs