Multidisciplinary programs include laboratory scientists, clinical investigators, providers of patient care, epidemiologists, and sociobehavioral scientists.
Collaboration across disciplines ensures that insights gained in the lab can move quickly and effectively to cancer patients’ bedsides and to cancer prevention and control programs.
The following multidisciplinary research programs are supported by the National Cancer Institute Cancer Center Support Grant.
In addition to the programs listed, Cancer Center members also participate in many programs with Disease Site committees such as:
Our Cancer Risk and Supportive Care in Cancer programs also cross many disease areas by identifying families and individuals at high risk for colorectal, breast, ovarian, and prostate cancer.