Prospective students must apply through the Department of Experimental Medicine to pursue graduate studies in cancer prevention. Opportunities are available in laboratory, epidemiological and behavioural aspects of cancer prevention.
For more information about academic work in cancer prevention at McGill, please fill in our online application forms available on the McGill Pollak Lab website.
The following is a testimonial from a student that worked with Dr. Pollak:
"I recently completed my PhD studies with Dr. Michael Pollak at the Cancer Prevention Centre. Working with Dr. Pollak was a rewarding experience and his passion for cancer prevention and translational research is reflected in his work and the work of everyone in his laboratory. Together, McGill University and the Segal Cancer Centre provide an outstanding environment for students and researchers to learn, collaborate and take part in valuable research with the shared goal of making a difference in the field of cancer prevention research."
Carolyn Algire, PhD
For more information about Dr. Michael Pollak's laboratory research, please visit the Pollak Research Lab.