During the 2nd and 3rd years of training, fellows at Brown participate in a mentored research project.  For some trainees, this will include laboratory training and for others this may include advanced coursework in biostatics and epidemiology through at the Brown University School of Public Health as appropriate.   

Basic Science and Translational Research

Fellows interested in pursuing basic science research have the opportunity to develop a project in conjunction with the many research centers and laboratories available at Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, or Women and Infant’s Hospital.   

As of 2018, our fellows have access to opportunities within the Joint Program in Cancer Biology at Brown and Lifespan which is led by Dr. Wafik El-Deiry

Brown University, Division of Biology and Medicine

COBRE Center for Cancer Research and Development at Rhode Island Hospital