Team-based Interdisciplinary Cancer Research Training Program promoting horizontal and vertical interdisciplinary collaborations
Our Team-based Interdisciplinary Cancer Research Training (TICaRT) Program offers a unique training opportunity for pre- and postdoctoral trainees to develop interdisciplinary skills in cancer research and experience with transdisciplinary approaches.
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The objective of this T32 training program is to provide trainees from a broad range of disciplines the opportunity to develop interdisciplinary skills in cancer research and experience with transdisciplinary approaches.
Advances in fundamental understanding of cancer and its clinical management rarely occur in isolation but typically represent team-based research endeavors.
Early exposure of trainees to interdisciplinary education and training coupled with team-based learning will better position them for successful cancer research careers.
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This program is supported with funding from the National Cancer Institute (Grant # T32 CA257923) and the University of Florida Health Cancer Center.