Graduate Medical Education (GME): NCI Immunotherapy Fellowship

Fellowship Program Director(s): James Gulley, M.D., Ph.D.

Overview
This training program is designed for physicians who have completed a medical oncology fellowship program in the United States and who seek specialized training in immunotherapy with clinical trials and clinical trial development. The breadth and depth of opportunities for training in clinical immunotherapy at the Center for Cancer Research (CCR), NCI, are unsurpassed with active clinical programs in therapeutic cancer vaccines, immune checkpoint modulation, adoptive cellular therapies (both TCR transgenic and CAR-T therapy) and antibody-based immunotherapies.
Program Structure

Program Structure
This 1-year program, at the CCR in Bethesda, Maryland, allows the fellow to have exposure to multiple clinical immunotherapeutic approaches and also to key opinion leaders in the field of clinical immunotherapy. This fellowship provides opportunities to understand how to design, write and run clinical trials, how to treat patients, how manage toxicities, as well as opportunities to work with multiple experimental agents.
 

Additional Information
http://go.usa.gov/cwztC

Application Information
Apply to this program through the NIH Graduate Medical Education Application System.

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