K12 Paul Calabresi
Career Development for Clinical & Translational Oncology Program

  • K12 Eligibility & BenefitsEligibility & Benefits
  • K12 RequirementsProgram Requirements
  • K12 ApplicationApplication Process
  • K12 FAQsFrequently Asked Questions

About the Program

The goal of the K12 Paul Calabresi Career Development for Clinical & Translational Oncology Program is to train successful, patient-oriented, clinical- and laboratory-based investigators who can work effectively in a collaborative, translational research setting. Each K12 Junior Faculty Scholar will be provided salary support and an expert mentoring team along with the resources to complete tailored course work, clinical and laboratory research rotations and projects towards establishing new, effective cancer interventions.

Applications for are now being accepted through June 1, 2017 for the 2017-2018 academic year.

If you are interested in applying, please contact hcck12@musc.edu or 843-792-5489 to review your eligibility and discuss the application process.

Program Director

K12 Program Leadership

Dr. Michael B. Lilly, Program Director of the K12 Paul Calabresi Career Development for Clinical & Translational Oncology Program, manages all aspects of the Program and works closely with the Scholars to ensure they are obtaining their goals.

Current & Past Scholars

K12 Scholars

Congratulations to the Hollings Cancer Center K12 Paul Calabresi Career Development for Clinical & Translational Oncology Program Scholars.

K12 Scholars

Faculty Mentors

K12 Faculty Mentors

Developing a successful cancer research career requires strong relationships with mentors and a research team. The Hollings Cancer Center has over 40 mentors for the K12 Program.

Faculty Mentors
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