Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination Core
The Cancer Research Training and Education Coordination Core (CRTEC) aims to provide rigorous training in cancer research and career enhancement activities that prepares trainees in a variety of disciplines for productive careers as biomedical cancer researchers or health care professionals.
We facilitate and coordinate cancer research education and training across the entire training pipeline at Columbia and provide educational opportunities to individuals at all levels of training, from high school students to junior faculty. We coordinate seminar series, scientific seminars, workshops, educational resources, Continuing Medical Education (CME), networking and mentoring activities, and competitive travel funds to trainees to attend meetings, as well as administering the Trainee Associate Member program.
The CRTEC Core aims to provide rigorous training in cancer research and career enhancement activities that prepares trainees in a variety of disciplines.
The CRCE Core of the HICCC has created the Trainee Associate Membership program to promote the interests of trainees in cancer across all of Columbia University.
There are a wide range of educational opportunities across Columbia University and Columbia University Irving Medical Center for every career stage.
Columbia University Irving Medical Center provides many learning resources, both online and in person, that cover a wide range of subjects.
View our list of upcoming educational seminar series events.
Our continuing medical education program offers exceptional learning opportunities for medical professionals.
Learn more about the CRTEC Core Advisory Committee Members who provides valuable feedback and insight to the CRTEC Core.