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Community & Education Programs at the University of Colorado Cancer Center

The University of Colorado Cancer Center not only plays a vital role in the nation's ongoing research efforts to cure and treat cancer, but it also offers valuable resources to the public and professional medical field.

From ongoing educational opportunities for doctors, scientists and students to informative workshops and support for the public, the CU Cancer Center makes it a priority to be an active member of the community.

Cancer Research Summer Fellowship at the University of Colorado Cancer Center 

Cancer Research Summer Fellowship

The University of Colorado Cancer Center offers a 10-week summer fellowship that pairs students with preceptors from a variety of member laboratories, clinics and hospitals.

Opportunities for students interested in cancer medical research

Colorado Colorectal Screening Program 

Colorado Cancer Screening Program

Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths affecting both men and women. Take the steps toward reducing your risk by participating in a free screening through the Colorado Colorectal Screening Program.

Learn about how to participate in this screening program

Learn About Cancer Day 

Learn About Cancer Day

Co-sponsored by the University of Colorado Cancer Center and the Colorado BioScience Association, Learn About Cancer Day, invites Colorado high school students to hear lectures about cancer and visit research labs on the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Introduce high school students to careers in cancer research at Learn About Cancer Day

Scientific Meeetings and Talks at the University of Colorado Cancer Center 

Scientific Meetings and Talks

Keep up with cutting edge research at the CU Cancer Center through our scientific meetings and talks about to the public. Many talks are available to watch online or you can attend in-person at the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Discover the latest cancer research at a Cancer Center scientific talk