The Strategic Training in Transdisciplinary Radiation Science for the 21st Century (STARS21) training program is built on the foundation and legacy of the former Excellence in Radiation Research for the 21st Century Program (EIRR21). The Terry Fox Foundation, with matching support from the Princess Margaret Radiation Medicine Program and Princess Margaret Research, is funding a strategic training program for the next generation of trans-disciplinary health investigators. Our program has been designed to provide clinicians, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows with the skills essential to conducting innovative research in radiation medicine. The program equips trainees with the leadership, management, collaboration and communication proficiencies necessary to define them as the future leaders of Canada's scientific community.
STARS21 is supported by a diverse international multidisciplinary group of physicians, molecular radiation biologists, physicists and bio-informaticians.
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About the STARS21 Training Program at Princess Margaret
Program Directors: Dr. Anne Koch and Dr. Marianne Koritzinsky
Affiliated with the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto, the Radiation Medicine Program (RMP) at Princess Margaret offers graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and clinicians a wide variety of opportunities to conduct ground-breaking research within RMP’s research and clinical programs.