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CBIO 246: Clinical Cancer Research Internship Program

As this is a limited enrollment course, graduate students interested in this course will contact must be affiliated with Cancer Biology Ph.D. Program and must contact the primary instructor Dr. Majeti and the course director Drs. Attardi and Sage by email.nA prerequisite for the course is the successful completion of the online training component for HIPAA certification: nnIn addition, the following is required:n1. Documented proof of Measles, Mumps & Rubella immunity in the form of vaccine dates or positive blood tests.n2. Documented proof of Varicella (chicken pox) immunity in the form of vaccine dates or positive blood tests.n3. Annual TB screening (PPD for US born or born in Canada and QFT for foreign born of high risk TB countries)n4. Annual Influenza vaccine (between Nov 1-March 31)nnIn the first component of the course, Dr. Majeti will identify an oncologist (adult or pediatrics) actively working in the clinic that the student can shadow that quarter for a minimum of 4 hours and more »
As this is a limited enrollment course, graduate students interested in this course will contact must be affiliated with Cancer Biology Ph.D. Program and must contact the primary instructor Dr. Majeti and the course director Drs. Attardi and Sage by email.nA prerequisite for the course is the successful completion of the online training component for HIPAA certification: nnIn addition, the following is required:n1. Documented proof of Measles, Mumps & Rubella immunity in the form of vaccine dates or positive blood tests.n2. Documented proof of Varicella (chicken pox) immunity in the form of vaccine dates or positive blood tests.n3. Annual TB screening (PPD for US born or born in Canada and QFT for foreign born of high risk TB countries)n4. Annual Influenza vaccine (between Nov 1-March 31)nnIn the first component of the course, Dr. Majeti will identify an oncologist (adult or pediatrics) actively working in the clinic that the student can shadow that quarter for a minimum of 4 hours and will put the student in contact with the clinician. Shadowing hours can be at any time of the week or the weekend. The clinician will contact Dr. Majeti to confirm that the student has shadowed him/her for 4 hours.nnIn the second component of the course, Dr. Majeti will inform the student when the oncology clinical tumor board meets. The student must attend at least 3 tumor board sessions in the quarter (1h30 each).nnIn the third component of the course, the student will write a one-page analysis of a clinical paper related to cancer biology.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1
Instructors: Majeti, R. (PI)
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