Our basic science programs are made up of cancer center members who are experts in various disciplines with scientific interests in some of the most complex challenges in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Molecular Oncology

A cadre of scientists working to unravel cancer’s molecular secrets to better understand, diagnose and treat cancers

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Comparative Oncology

Veterinarians and oncologists working together to advance cancer research and treatment for pets that could ultimately benefit human patients

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Cancer Therapeutics

Clinical scientists and basic scientists developing innovative methods for identifying and developing new agents and delivery systems to treat cancer

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Biomedical Technology

A team of researchers applying innovative engineering technologies to solve challenges in tumor detection and analysis, drug delivery and disease monitoring to improve cancer care and outcomes

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Population Sciences and Health Disparities

Research dedicated to understanding why cancer affects people differently and finding ways to eliminate disparities among racial and ethnic groups

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