Training in Cancer Prevention and Control
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Published on: Mar 4, 2016


  • 1. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE RESIDENCY Training in Cancer Prevention and Control Supported by funding from the American Cancer Society Physician Training Award in Preventive Medicine, we invite applications for residency positions focusing on cancer prevention and control. This program involves the completion of the Master’s degree in Public Health, as well as intensive practicum experience involving the development of clinical, research, teaching, and public health skills relevant to a career in cancer prevention and control. Successful completion of the training qualifies residents to sit for the board exam for certification in the specialty of General Preventive Medicine/Public Health. For more information and appli- cation materials, please contact the program directors for participating residencies listed below: Boston University Morehouse School of Medicine Jane M. Liebschutz, MD, MPH Beverly Deaderick Taylor, MD University of California, Los Angeles Mount Sinai School of Medicine Karen Duvall, MD, MPH Elizabeth Garland, MD, MS University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Denver New York City Department of Health & Carolyn DiGuiseppi, MD, MPH, PhD Mental Hygiene Andrea Lyman, MD, MSCM, MS Griffin Hospital, Derby, CT*** Haq Nawaz, MD, MPH Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo, NY Martin C. Mahoney, MD, PhD University of Michigan School of Public Health Matthew L. Boulton, MD, MPH State University of New York at Albany Mary Applegate, MD, MPH You may also contact the American Cancer Society directly at 404 329 5734 or for more information about the Physician Training Award in Preventive Medicine. *** Denotes a 4-year combined program in internal medicine & preventive medicine starting at PGY1 level.

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