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Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination (CRTEC) identifies education and professional development opportunities for aspiring young scientists, cancer researchers, and clinical care specialists. The program promotes and coordinates educational opportunities for learners at all levels of the educational continuum which includes community members as well as K-12 students, undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, residents, and faculty.
CRTEC educates and trains the next generation of innovative leaders in translational, basic, clinical, and population science-related cancer research to ultimately conquer cancer.
Susan Waltz, PhDAssociate Director for Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination (CRTEC)
The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center supports the active participation of trainees across a broad spectrum of educational backgrounds. CRTEC places a major emphasis on the integration of training and education activities across basic, population,
and clinical cancer research. In addition, the mentor network prioritizes diversity, equity, and inclusion by working to engage underrepresented populations in education and training activities.
The Cancer Center Mentor Network is committed to unlocking the scientific potential of learners at all levels of the educational continuum. The Cancer Center invests to train mentors as they are critical to developing the next generation of successful
CRTEC plays an important role in training and educating the next generation of cancer research investigators and in preparing trainees for future careers focused on cancer research.
CRTEC provides a variety of resources for students, trainees, and staff.
By: University of Cincinnati Cancer Center
The Area Health Education Center (AHEC) at the University of Cincinnati, is a multi-disciplinary, interprofessional program that seeks to enhance primary and preventive healthcare in our underserved rural and urban communities.
The Women in Medicine and Science program offers monthly career development presentations and networking opportunities for faculty.
The Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program strives to prepare first-generation college students with financial need, or members of a group that is traditionally underrepresented in graduate education through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
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