Opportunities for Research

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Challenge Grants


The Center will award Challenge Grants to UCSF researchers with new and novel research questions related to BRCA mutations. These grants will be awarded twice annually and will allow researchers to further scientific discoveries and clinical applications for our patients, their families, and the community.

Fellowships


Beginning in 2016, the Center for BRCA Research will offer an intensive one-year fellowship designed to train physicians in BRCA-related cancer care, prevention, and treatment. Candidates must be board certified in Internal Medicine and be board eligible or board certified graduates of an accredited US Hematology and/or Medical Oncology fellowship program.

Post-Doctoral Opportunities


The Center for BRCA Research will offer post-doctoral opportunities for post-doctoral appointments working on BRCA-related projects in the Ashworth and Munster labs at the Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCSF.

Beginning in 2016, the Center for BRCA Research will offer an intensive one-year fellowship designed to train physicians in BRCA-related cancer care, prevention, and treatment. Candidates must be board certified in Internal Medicine and be board eligible or board certified graduates of an accredited US Hematology and/or Medical Oncology fellowship program.