Team-based Interdisciplinary Cancer Research Training Program promoting horizontal and vertical interdisciplinary collaborations

Our Team-based Interdisciplinary Cancer Research Training (TICaRT) Program will offer a unique training opportunity for pre- and post-doctoral trainees to develop interdisciplinary skills in cancer research and experience with transdisciplinary approaches.

what makes us Unique

Interdisciplinary Teams

Horizontal & Virtual Collaborations

Near-Peer Mentoring

what we stand for

Objective

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.

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Premise

Advances in fundamental understanding of cancer and its clinical management rarely occur in isolation but typically represent team-based research endeavors.

Belief

Early exposure of trainees to interdisciplinary education and training coupled with team-based learning will better position them for successful cancer research careers.

Contact

questions

Contact

Questions? Please email education@cancer.ufl.edu for additional information.

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Support

This program is supported with funding from the National Cancer Institute (Grant # T32 CA257923) and the University of Florida Health Cancer Center.