|City of Hope
||Intensive Course In Genomic Cancer Risk Assessment
||The Clinical Cancer Genomics Community of Practice (CCGCoP) and its Intensive Course in Cancer Risk Assessment helps clinicians translate rapid advances in genetics and genomics to promote best practices in genetic cancer risk assessment, management and prevention. Membership in the CCGCoP is initiated through completion of one of two tracks of cancer risk assessment training (distance learning + on-campus workshops, or distance learning + web conferences only), delivered annually from mid-October through mid-February. Scholarships available for applicants providing services to underserved populations in the U.S. (scholarship application here).
Dates: mid-October 2020 through mid-February 2021
Location: Online (Track 1 requires some in-person workshops at City of Hope in California)
Application Deadline: 1 August 2020
|2 July 2020
|Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
||Cancer 360 course
||Cancer 360 is a new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that aims to equip and empower future and current cancer professionals through topics not typically covered in training or practice, with the goal of supporting a well-rounded, adaptive cancer workforce.
Dates: 1 July - 31 August 2020
Application Deadline: Apply now!
|1 July 2020
||More Info (you must create a new account, then access the course on Cancer Campus)
|Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
||UICC Technical Fellowships
||UICC facilitates 1-month fellowships focusing on rapid transfer of cancer knowledge and clinical technology. The aim of the UICC technical fellowships is to allow the international exchange of knowledge and to enhance skills in cancer control, prevention and treatment and to allow the acquisition of diagnostic and therapeutic clinical expertise that can be applied in the fellows’ home organizations upon their return.
Dates: Continuously ongoing
Application Deadline: Apply any time
|30 November 2018