UWCCC Summer High School Cancer Research Internship Program 2023 Final Presentation Ceremony

UWCCC Summer High School Cancer Research Interns participating in a RUSCH Scholars led workshop. Participants also included cancer survivors and caregivers

Learning from the RUSCH Scholars More


Our Goal

“I want to see cancer cured in my lifetime. It might be.”

                                                                                                                                                                                               James D. Watson, PhD, AACR

UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) offers a variety of educational opportunities for scientists, undergraduates, graduates, post-graduates, physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers. Our goal is to provide training of the highest quality at all levels of education in cancer research and clinical practice.

UWCCC Oncology Grand Rounds

UWCCC Grand Rounds lecture series features a broad array of nationally prominent speakers, from the University of Wisconsin and across the country, who are leading experts in oncology related areas.

High School Cancer Research Programs

The UWCCC offers the next generation of scientists the opportunities to explore a career in cancer research by providing various summer high school programs.

Cancer Trainee Network

Click on the link below for more information about the new Heidi Dvinge and Patti Keely Cancer Trainee Network and the benefits of registering.

Trainee from Kimple lab sharing research

Research Retreat

The UWCCC Research Retreat is an annual event hosted by the Carbone Cancer Center. It is an opportunity for cancer center members, research personnel, and students to learn more about the research happening at the UW Carbone Cancer Center.

Clinical Research Investigator Education Resources

Comprehensive webpage for investigators with many training and education opportunities within UWCCC, SMPH, and UW—Madison (NetID required, contact the CRCO for access).

Lauren Riters, professor of zoology, talks with graduate students during a lab review in Birge Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

View our educational and training opportunities

Contact Us

Associate Director of Education: Anne Huttenlocher, 608-265-4642

Assistant Director, Translational Research and Education: Mary Nutt, 608-265-9770

Cancer Research Training Coordinator: Mary Headington, 608-265-2784