Fellowships

Global Education and Training Initiative (GETI)

The Fellowships Programme is a core activity of UICC and currently administers five international fellowships and plays a major role in the Organisation's mission and vision.

The fellowships provide opportunities for professional development for cancer investigators, clinicians, nurses, and cancer society staff and volunteers.

 

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International Funding Opportunities

 


AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR BEGINNING INVESTIGATORS (ACSBI)

A 12 months fellowship for beginning investigators from low- and middle-income countries

The objectives of this 12 month ACSBI fellowship, of a value of USD 50,000, are to foster a bi-directional flow of research knowledge, experience, expertise and innovation between countries and to advance the academic career development of beginning cancer investigators through clinical, behavioural and basic research projects. 

CLOSING DATE 1 November

For more information, please CLICK HERE

 


YAMAGIWA-YOSHIDA MEMORIAL INTERNATIONAL CANCER STUDY GRANTS (YY)

3 months fellowship focusing on advanted experimental methods and techniques

The objectives of this 3 month YY fellowship, of a value of USD 10,000, are to initiate, set-up or pursue bilateral cancer research projects with collaborating investigators abroad, to exchange and exploit complementary skills and material, as well as receive training in advanced experimental research methods and techniques.

 CLOSING DATE 15 January and 1 July

For more information, please CLICK HERE

 


INTERNATIONAL CANCER TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FELLOWSHIPS (ICRETT)

Rapid transfer of cancer research and clinical technology

The objectives of this ICRETT fellowship, whose duration is usually of 1 month, are to facilitate rapid international transfer of cancer research and clinical technology, to exchange knowledge and enhance skills in basic, clinical, behavioural and epidemiological areas of cancer research and cancer control and prevention and to acquire appropriate clinical management, diagnostic and therapeutic expertise for effective application and use in the home organisation upon return.

CLOSING DATE Applications accepted at any time.

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INTERNATIONAL CANCER TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER WORKSHOPS

Bring an expert panel to your institution

The objectives of the 3 - 5 days Training Workshops are to facilitate teaching and training courses by an international faculty of up to 3 experts for groups of up to 50 appropriately qualified professionals who work in cancer institutes, clinics or hospitals in resource constrained countries.

CLOSING DATE Applications accepted at any time.

NOTE: The programme has been discontinued. Submitted applications are under review.

If you wish to apply for a training workshop, please refer to our new program "UICC Workshops", accessible HERE.

 


Other Opportunities

To discover what other opportunities are available at regional level and through our partners, please CLICK HERE.