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The T32 Training Grant in Cancer Biology (TGCB) at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is seeking motivated postdoctoral trainees who are interested in cancer research. The TCGB program, funded by the NCI, provides a two-year training to cultivate the next generation of cancer scientists. The breadth of diverse expertise of participating faculty represents a well-balanced training program to provide trainees of various interests. We currently have two slots available for postdoctoral trainees. Selected trainees will be required to work in one of our T32 mentor’s lab in MD Anderson. For more information, please see attached materials.