The National Cancer Institute’s Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch (BBPSB) advances research in biobehavioral mechanisms and psychological processes to reduce cancer risk and improve cancer outcomes. BBSPB is one of four branches in the Behavioral Research Program within the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences. BBPSB supports the investigation of the neural, psychological, and social processes underlying health risk‐related behaviors, decisions, and outcomes in a cancer control context.
BBPSB is pleased to invite applications from qualified candidates for a post-baccalaureate Cancer Research Training Award (CRTA) Fellowship position in basic biobehavioral and psychological sciences research.
Information can be found here. Applications are accepted and reviewed until the fellowships are filled. Earliest start date is August 1st.