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Fellowships and Positions – Clinical Investigator Development Program

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Christina M. Annunziata, M.D., Ph.D.
Women's Malignancies Branch

“The Clinical Investigator Development Program provides a rich environment to fine-tune my skills and goals as a translational researcher. I found the program to be well-balanced by including key structural training components while encouraging independence in hypothesis-driven research.” For bio, education...

See CCR Connections “One Molecule, Multiple Cancers: The Devil is in the Details” and “Warrior Drugs” to read more about Dr. Annunziata’s research.

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DeeDee Smart, M.D., Ph.D.
Radiation Oncology Branch

“I feel extremely fortunate to be part of the Clinical Investigator Development Program. This has been a unique opportunity to allow me to integrate my clinical skills and love of treating patients as a radiation oncologist with scientific interests in the fundamental mechanisms of brain metastasis and radiation-induced neurodegeneration. The support I have received in both clinical research and basic science pursuits has been unparalleled and is exactly what I have needed to develop in my career as a radiation oncologist-scientist.” For bio, education...

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Andrea B. Apolo, M.D.
Genitourinary Malignancies Branch

“The Clinical Investigator Development Program has given me the opportunity to be an independent investigator and develop a bladder cancer program at the NCI. My goal is to advance the treatments available for patients with bladder cancer with a focus on anti-angiogenic targeted agents. I am currently the principal investigator of three clinical bladder cancer studies at the NCI. The mentorship I have received while in this program has been outstanding and has helped guide my development as an investigator.” For bio, education...

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Ravi A. Madan, M.D.
Genitourinary Malignancies Branch

“The Clinical Investigator Development Program is providing me with the unique opportunity to learn from world-class investigators at the National Cancer Institute while charting my own career path.” For bio, education...

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Deborah E. Citrin, M.D.
Radiation Oncology Branch

“The Clinical Investigator Development Program has been an incredible opportunity for me. A tenure-track position seemed out of reach after I completed my clinical training. The lab resources and mentorship I received through this program helped me establish a solid translational research program.” For bio, education...