Visiting Scholars Program
Visiting Scholars Program at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research.
A unique training and research experience at the Frederick National laboratory to develop novel approaches for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and AIDS.
Here’s an opportunity to join a team of distinguished scientists as part of a new Visiting Scholars Program at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research.
Launched in 2012, the Visiting Scholars Program provides a unique residency experience at the only federal national laboratory in the United States devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Studies may address questions that have long impeded progress against cancer and AIDS, or that may lead to novel approaches for diagnosis and treatment.
Visiting scholars will be integrated into dynamic research teams at one of several facilities of the Frederick National Laboratory, including the Advanced Technology Research Facility opening in 2012. The new, 330,000-square-foot facility will house some of the most advanced biomedical technology in the country, and is designed to accommodate research across multiple platforms, including genomics, proteomics, nanotechnology, molecular diagnostics, and bioinformatics.
How to Apply
Expressions of Interest are now being accepted from investigators. We encourage researchers from a range of scientific disciplines at any career stage, subject to the goals of the program, intended line of investigation, and the proposed research collaborators.
To learn more about the Frederick National Laboratory, what oppor-tunities are available, and how to submit your Expression of Interest, please visit
For more information, contact:
Debonny L. Shoaf, Ph.D.