Education and Training

The Cancer Consortium integrates training and education of biomedical researchers and healthcare professionals to enhance the quality of our science and patient care.

As a national leader in academic excellence, The University of Washington is educating the next generation of scientists, health-care, and public health  professionals. In addition, the Office of Continuing Medical Education strives to provide high quality educational opportunities for physicians and allied healthcare providers which enhance their knowledge, skill and professional performance.

At Fred Hutch science education is essential to advancing lifesaving research and ensuring a better quality of life. Training is available through the Office Scientific Career Development, Research Ethic Education Program and Science Education and Training.  We are committed to providing educational opportunities at all levels and mentoring the next generation of research scientists.

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance offers a number of continuing medical education and clinical education programs. Programs include a Comprehensive Oncology Review Course, a fellowship in oncology chaplaincy, a visiting nurse program, nurse management and end-of-life nursing education. Find a list of Continuing Medical Education opportunities on the SCCA.

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences provides expertise for researchers and those wanting to improve their abilities at any step of the research process, from basic science to clinical trials to outcomes evaluation. The ITHS Education Core supports investigators and scholars through the development and maintenance of curriculum and career development education.

Directory of Cancer Consortium Education & Training Programs

Cancer Consortium partner institutions host training opportunities for all levels, from high school through undergraduate, graduate, fellow, and junior faculty. Use the table below to browse and search for programs that match your interests. The list is organized by trainee level, but you can sort it yourself however you like, or download it as a .csv file.

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