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The education and training of present and future leaders in cancer research is a top priority of the Abramson Cancer Center (ACC). The newly established Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination (CRTEC) initiative seeks to promote and integrate the broad array of education and training opportunities at the Abramson Cancer Center and University of Pennsylvania for students, trainees, scholars, faculty, and research professionals, ranging from undergraduate courses in Cancer Biology to continuing medical education (CME) courses for practicing oncologists.
Connect with the CRTEC by contacting Cauleen Noël at email@example.com.
View the Abramson Cancer Center’s Events Bulletin for “Seminars and So Forth” and additional current events
Select from the tab menu below to find educational resources across our campus. Click through to learn more about each program or to find contact information.
*Faculty mentoring is done primarily through related Departments and Divisions, following PSOM mentoring guidelines. Drs. Mankoff and Noël also serve as a central resource for ACC faculty with mentoring questions or concerns. Visit the Mentoring Center.
We are committed to expanding and diversifying the cancer workforce through targeted education, training, and mentorship.
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David A. Mankoff, MD, PhD (Director)
ACC Associate Director of Education and Training
Gerd Muehllehner Professor of Radiology
Vice-Chair for Research, Department of Radiology
Cauleen Noël, PhD, Staff Lead
Erica Dahlmeier, MPH, CCRC
Clinical Research Unit
Carmen E. Guerra, MD, MSCE
Diversity and Outreach
Elizabeth Olson Hexner, MD, MSTR
Stephen P. Hunger, MD
Pediatric Cancer Research
Steven Joffe, MD, MPH
Sandra W. Ryeom, PhD
Tumor Biology, High School Outreach
Lynn M. Schuchter, MD
Clinical Translational Research
Lawrence (Skip) Brass, MD, PhD
Combined Degree and Physician Scholar Programs
Roger Cohen, MD
Lewis Chodosh, MD, PhD
Lei Dong, PhD
Cynthia Griffo, MS, RN
ACC Continuing Medical Education
Maria Hendricks, MSN, RN
Allied Health Education
Leslie Kersun, MD, MSCE, MSEd
Pediatric Hematology Oncology
Emma Meagher, MD
ITMAT Education (CTSA)
James Metz, MD
Gail Morrison, MD
Ellen Puré, PhD
PennVet Cancer Center
Suzanne Rose, MD, MSEd, AGAF, FACG, FACP
PSOM Senior Vice Dean for Medical Education
Lawrence (Larry) Schulman, MD
Allison Werner Lin PhD, AM, EdM, LCSW
Oncology Social Work
Undergraduate cancer research opportunities are available through multiple programs on campus at the University of Pennsylvania.
Graduate training at the Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania covers a wide range of scientific and clinical areas.
Medical education training at the Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania covers undergraduate training as well as graduate training, which includes residency and fellowship programs.
Postdoctoral trainees in the area of cancer research have access to a wealth of resources through the office of Biomedical Postdoctoral Programs (BPP).
There are myriad opportunities for cancer researchers and health care professionals to augment their training and further their careers at the Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania.
There are multiple education and training programs available at the Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania that are focused on populations that are traditionally underrepresented in science and medicine.
Proton therapy is a non–invasive, incredibly precise cancer treatment that uses a beam of protons moving at very high speeds to destroy cancer cells.
Our experienced cancer nurses and referral staff are here to help. Call 800-789-7366 (PENN) or complete an online request.
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