Cancer Prevention and Control
The Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) Program organizes and promotes all cancer prevention and control-related research activities in the Winship Cancer Institute and across Emory University.
The CPC Program capitalizes on being in a research university with schools of medicine and nursing and a full-featured, nationally ranked school of public health from which to build a cancer center program that addresses the full spectrum of cancer prevention and control research. Research within the program is characterized by four scientific themes: 1) Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Chemoprevention; 2) Health Behavior Research; 3) Symptom Management and Control; and 4) Health Outcomes and Quality of Care. These themes address the program’s goals of reducing cancer risk, incidence, morbidity, and mortality in Georgia.
View recent publications by CPC Program members
Roberd ("Robin") Bostick, MD, MPH
Andrew Miller, MD
To find out more about this research program, email Greg Cheek at email@example.com.
Learn about Emory University's Cancer Biology Graduate Program by visiting our website.