The London Regional Cancer Program, Western Department of Oncology, Lawson Health Research Institute and Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry have joined forces to create the London Strategic Training Initiative in Cancer Research and Technology Transfer (CaRTT). CaRTT provides:
Training in cancer science and treatment to CaRTT Scholars. CaRTT provides trans-disciplinary training links among basic and clinical researchers. Cancer research training experience is given to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students; postdoctoral Fellows; basic and clinical faculty members from all disciplines relevant to cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up; clinicians and clinical trainees concerned with cancer and related chronic diseases; members of community groups engaged in fundraising and cancer awareness and education; and principals of private sector companies developing cancer drugs and treatments. A course given in partnership with the Richard Ivey School of Business also brings basic cancer research trainees and the business world into productive contact with each other.
For more information, please visit the Cancer Research and Technology Transfer (CaRTT) Strategic Training Program website.