The Pediatric Oncology Student Training (POST) Program is designed for undergraduate, graduate and medical students who have an interest in pediatric oncology research and would like to experience the field first hand. Students train with a pediatric oncology research mentor. Students may join a research project underway in a mentor’s lab or begin an original investigation with the mentor.
View all ALSF funded projects here.
|Recipient||Institution||Type of Cancer||Year|
|Shannon Wong-Michalak||University of California Berkeley||Medulloblastoma||2018|
|Joseph Park||Drexel University College of Medicine||Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)||2018|
|Austin Proudfit||Washington & Jefferson College||Rhabdomyosarcoma||2018|
|Gabrielle Helton||Dartmouth College||General Pediatric Cancer||2018|
|Jim Lu||Harvard University||Osteosarcoma||2018|
|Dalton Brunson||Harvard University||Rhabdomyosarcoma||2018|
|Sydney Lambert||Vassar College||General Pediatric Cancer||2018|
|Ryan McLean||University of Connecticut||Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)||2018|
|Kyle Wierzbicki||University of Michigan||General Pediatric Cancer||2018|
|Ashlyn Parkhurst||Mississippi State University||Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumor (AT/RT)||2018|