Pre-Graduate Research Programs

High School Science Programs

A research Program for hiugh school students considering a career. Register by November 18 for January 2014 sessions.
Read more »

Postdoctoral Research Program

Our postdoctoral programs
Read more »

Fox Chase Research Faculty - Alphabetical Listing

Faculty Directory

Our research faculty
Read more »

In addition to training postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, Fox Chase Cancer Center has active research education programs for undergraduate college and high school students. These programs give students the opportunity to work on research projects with Fox Chase Cancer Center faculty during the summer and after school.

Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship

Fox Chase Cancer Center continues to mentor undergraduates from diverse colleges and universities by engaging them in summer research projects. Since the early 1990's, Eileen Jaffe has had oversight for a competitive undergraduate summer research fellowship program which has funded between 12 and 15 Fellows per summer. Although FCCC is currently seeking sponsorship for this very effective program, there is a continuing institutional commitment. The current stipend is set at $4,000 for ten weeks of full time research.


Lincoln University – Fox Chase Partnership

The Lincoln University - Fox Chase Partnership in Cancer Research and Training is a P20 grant collaboration funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), in an effort to enhance the instruction of minority and majority scientists at Lincoln and Fox Chase about cancer health disparities. Students in the program will learn key cancer principles through first-class biomedical and population-based research as well as participate in scientific conferences and various team-based projects.