The rapid development and advancement of technologies and knowledge in molecular biology and genetics have led to major breakthroughs in cancer etiology research. While the field of cancer epidemiology is moving rapidly toward a new era in which interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaborative research is the central theme, there is a severe shortage of scientists working at the interface of the epidemiology, molecular biology, and genetics fields.

The Vanderbilt Training Program in the Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer (MAGEC) was established to bridge the gap at the interface of these fields and equip postdoctoral fellows from a variety of disciplines with the methodological tools, practical laboratory and survey-research knowledge, and hands-on research and grant writing experience necessary to launch an independent career in the molecular and genetic epidemiology of cancer.

Vanderbilt MAGEC fellowships offer stipend support, T32 benefits, tuition for required and elective coursework, and conference attendance costs of up to $1000 per year of training. Fellows will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of established projects and participate in a multitude of cancer epidemiology-related activities across campus. Please visit here to apply to the program.

If you are interested in other postdoctoral positions in epidemiology, please visit the main page of the Vanderbilt Epidemiology Center.