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|
|Alara Hector||The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine||Medulloblastoma||2019|
|Matthew Stephen Amorin||University of Massachusetts Medical School||Leukemia||2019|
|Gwyneth Shermanski||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia||Neuroblastoma||2019|
|Kathleen Wang||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia||Hepatoblastoma||2019|
|Jessica Griff||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia||Wilms Tumor||2019|
|Heather Sweeney||The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine||Neuroblastoma||2019|
|Peter R. Wang||Baylor College of Medicine||General Pediatric Cancer||2019|
|Mackenzie Johnson||University of California San Francisco||Brain Tumors||2019|
|Jacob Tao||Washington University||Leukemia||2019|
|Cynthia Martucci||Children's Cancer Therapy Development Institute||Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)||2019|