Individuals, Graduate Students
Please be advised: MSK has not registered to be a designated vaccine site for the general public at this time. Two MSK locations were incorrectly listed and we have contacted the New York State Department of Health to update their website.
The National Science Foundation has funded a flagship Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) called “Returning the Radio to Chemistry: Integrating Radiochemistry into a PhD Program.” This NSF grant will support 15 PhD candidates in radiochemistry, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is fortunate to be a partner with Hunter College in this exciting program. The long-range vision of the program is to stimulate a resurgence of interest in radiochemistry among PhD students in chemistry and thereby produce more scientists well versed in the fundamentals and applications of radioactive elements and compounds. A modern radiochemistry curriculum has been designed and implemented to attract students and serve as a model for other PhD-granting institutions.
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