The Convergence Institute offers a number of training and fellowship opportunities for scientists and clinicians at the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. More information on these programs can be found below.
The Convergence Fellows Program is currently recruiting postdocs to bring together the brightest minds in cancer biology, clinical oncology, engineering, and computational biology to make new discoveries and bring forward the next generation of cancer research. The Institute consists of transdisciplinary team of faculty and co-mentored trainees across career stages.
Opportunities are available with numerous investigators and large-scale team science projects advancing Convergence research.
The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC) at Johns Hopkins has a longstanding legacy of excellence in research training and education. Opportunities are multidisciplinary and span the basic, translational, and population sciences. This Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination (CRTEC) component leverages this record to coordinate and advance these activities under a single umbrella at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). CRTEC’s primary goal, in line with SKCCC’s strategic plan, is to train a diverse workforce that is equipped to tackle future challenges in cancer research.
The Office of Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination at SKCCC oversees the integration and dissemination of cancer research and training opportunities. It is led by Dr. Mary Armanios, Associate Director of SKCCC for Education and Training.