Cancer Research – Scholarship and Training in Population Sciences (C-STEPS) Program

  • Research Assistantship
  • Anywhere
  • Travel and Housing Stipend USD
  • 02/01/2024

Website UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center

The C-STEPS program is part of the Undergraduate Pipeline Network (UPN).

The goal of the C-STEPS program is to facilitate and support undergraduate students in their completion of a degree in the STEM-H (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and health sciences) field. This program also facilitates the student’s selection of and application to graduate or professional schools while encouraging their interests in research careers. The long-term goal of C-STEPS is to increase the biomedical and behavioral research workforce by providing specialized and experiential curricula that highlights team-oriented population sciences.

To provide a mentored research experience, students are paired with a faculty member who is focused on cancer control and population science at The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center. The program also offers peer and near-peer mentors to serve as role models, offer research seminars, facilitate team building, and provide research and career planning mentoring.

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