Integrated Training and Evaluation Core (ITREC)

Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research Project

Integrated Training and Evaluation Core (ITREC)

Core Leaders:
Julian Simon, Associate Member, Clinical Research - Fred Hutch
Mary O'Connell, Regents Professor, Department of Plant & Environmental Sciences - NMSU

Co-investigators:
Karen Peterson, Director, Office of Scientific Career Development/SPAC Advisor - Fred Hutch
Michele Shuster, Associate Professor, Department of Biology - NMSU

The primary goal of the Integrated Training and Evaluation Core (ITREC) is to enhance training and educational opportunities in biomedical research with an emphasis on cancer, and/or health disparities research.

ITREC-sponsored activities include:

The Cancer Research Internship for Undergraduate Students

The Cancer Research Internship for NMSU Graduate Students

A one-week Biostatistics Workshop at NMSU

The Epi 590: Cancer Health Disparities course

The Cancer Teaching Fellows (CTF) program

For More Information:

If you have questions about the Cancer Research Internship for Undergraduate Students that are not being addressed in the following Frequently Asked Questions, please send an email to: SURP@fredhutch.org.

If you have questions or would like more information about the Cancer Research Internship for NMSU Graduate Students, the Biostatistics Workshop, or the Epi 590: Cancer Health Disparities course, you may contact Dr. Mary O'Connell at NMSU. 

If you have any questions about the Cancer Teaching Fellows program, please contact Drs. Karen Peterson at the Fred Hutch or Michele Shuster at NMSU.