Johns Hopkins provides diverse training opportunities in cancer-related graduate training. These Graduate programs are multi-disciplinary and are housed in the School of Medicine, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Whiting School of Engineering:
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology*
- Cancer Epidemiology*
- Cellular and Molecular Medicine*
- Human Genetics*
- Nanotechnology for Cancer Research*
**These graduate programs are supported by NIH T32 training grants (two are NCI-funded), and the other four are directed by SKCCC Members. To inquire about one of these programs, please contact their respective program Contacts.
Master Degree Program in Genetic Counseling
The Bloomberg School of Public Health, in a joint effort with the Department of Health, Behavior and Society and the National Human Genome Research Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), offers a Master Degree program in Genetic Counseling. Students rotate in SKCCC clinics, work with SKCCC Genetic Counselors and participate in Molecular Tumor Board with opportunities to develop clinical and research projects in oncology.
Master Degree Programs at Bloomberg School of Public Health with Cancer Emphasis
The Bloomberg School of Public Health offers 9 Master Degree programs in areas of broad relevance to cancer and public health. For example, twenty percent of Masters of Health Science and Masters of Public Health students work on cancer-related topics with SKCCC Members. Additional information may be found here.
Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation (GTPCI)
Clinical scholars who partake in the Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation (GTPCI) program take part in a joint venture between the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. GTPCI trains clinicians in the rigors of clinical research and provide masters and doctoral training programs.