DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program

Clinician Scientist
Program
From bedside to bench and back

Program Overview

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The DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program is the German Cancer Research Center’s official program to foster innovative translational research by strengthening the research profile of clinician scientists. The Program deepens the link between basic and clinical research, ensuring efficient transfer from bedside to bench and back.

We aim to recruit highly talented physicians in training who wish to gain basic and translational cancer research experience in a world-class scientific setting. Through the research groups in DKFZ’s Research Programs we provide access to cutting-edge research facilities and state-of-the-art labs. 

Program fellows are supported by dedicated fellowships encompassing protected research time, tailored training and intersectoral mentoring. Extensive network-building and continued institutional support lead the way to long-term career perspectives.

 

Are you considering a career as a clinician scientist?

DKFZ is a strong partner to support your research ambitions!

The German Cancer Research Center has recognized the strong need of clinician scientists to develop their specific career profile. By offering research fellowships with protected research time, comprehensive training and mentoring the center supports you to expand your research experience and to complement your clinical training.

 

DKFZ CLINICIAN SCIENTIST FELLOWSHIPS 2019

The Clinician Scientist Program offers DKFZ-funded fellowships for clinician scientists through a competitive recruitment process.

 

Call for Applications: currently OPEN

Application deadline: 15 March 2019

 

Please visit DKFZ Clinician Scientist Fellowships for more information about the fellowship scheme, eligibility criteria and requirements for your application.

We are looking forward to receiving your applications via our online application portal!

Clinician Scientist training at the German Cancer Research Center

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More than 450,000 people are diagnosed with cancer each year in Germany. Cancer is a disease that poses enormous challenges to research, because every cancer is different and its course can vary immensely even from one patient to the next. To perform research into cancer is the task of the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) according to its statutes. DKFZ is the largest biomedical research institute in Germany and a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers.

Join our more than 1,300 scientists who actively investigate how cancer develops, identify cancer risk factors and endeavor to find new strategies to prevent people from getting cancer.

Expand your research portfolio and support us in the development of novel approaches to make tumor diagnosis more precise and to to treat cancer patients more successfully. 

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Philipp Gebhardt – DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program
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For general inquiries about the DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program, please use the contact form.

 

DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program
German Cancer Research Center
Im Neuenheimer Feld 280
69120 Heidelberg
Germany

The DKFZ Clinician Scientist Program is supported by the Dieter Morszeck Foundation.

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