The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH),
is strongly committed to training future cancer researchers and offers numerous
opportunities for postdoctoral fellows. To learn more about NCI postdoctoral fellowships,
visit the links below.
The NIH Research and Training Opportunities
website is a wealth of information on all NIH research and training opportunities,
including NCI-sponsored training as well as programs sponsored by NIH’s other
19 institutes. Check out the new NIH
Postdoctoral Search Engine. Also check out Jobs @ NIH which includes many resources.
Foreign graduates seeking NIH/NCI postdoctoral fellowships should visit the
International Services Branch (ISB) website to find information on programs
set up for foreign scientists.
The Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is a
major component of NCI’s Intramural Program. CCR’s website provides
detailed information on specific NCI postdoctoral
fellowship award programs and lists current
openings for postdoctoral positions. CCR offers top-quality
training opportunities in basic cancer, AIDS, and clinical research at both NCI-Frederick
and NCI’s Bethesda campus.