What is the MT-DIRC?

Mentored Training for Dissemination & Implementation Research in Cancer

Cancer is the leading cause of death among persons under the age of 85 and the second leading cause of death overall in the United States. To address this cancer burden, university-based research yields a growing supply of new discoveries, but research findings often take 10-20 years before being incorporated into practice. To address this gap, the science of D&I research has emerged. Our team at Washington University in St Louis has been the leader in developing the science of D & I research. MT-DIRC is a training program for those cancer control researchers who are seeking to gain better training in the field of dissemination and implementations science research. Of course, these kind of researches might be difficult to understand if you don’t have a specialist degree. In that case, you can always ask for additional guidance and purchase college research papers from professional writers.

The 2018 MT-DIRC Summer Institute will occur June 4th-8th 2018 in St. Louis, MO.