The NCI funded program in Cancer Prevention and Control Training program (CAPACiTy) at the Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center prepares trainees to become independent research investigators in the field of cancer prevention and control. Our Program has a particular focus on cancer survivorship, healthy lifestyles, and cancer care delivery. Our cadre of potential mentors have expertise and funding in a wide range of relevant areas including:
The overall goal of the Training Program, now in its 15th year, is to provide an integrated career development pathway centered on training PhD/MD fellows in the skills and competencies needed to conduct research in cancer prevention and control.
2018 postdocs from left to right: Neha Goyal, Shan Wong, Alex Lucas, and Laurie Steffen
The CAPACiTy program provides opportunities to work closely with senior faculty as part of multidisciplinary research teams to: