Research Programs at Winship

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University has four full research programs, each comprised of investigators from Emory and partner institutions whose cancer research interests in a particular area are complementary and synergistic.

The four research programs include 1) Cancer Immunology, 2) Cancer Prevention and Control, 3) Cell and Molecular Biology, and 4) Discovery and Developmental Therapeutics.

Cancer Immunology

The Cancer Immunology Research Program at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University facilitates research that seeks to prevent and treat cancer by harnessing the immune system.

Cancer Prevention and Control

The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Program organizes all of the cancer prevention-related research activities at Winship Cancer Institute. These activities span the cancer prevention continuum from primary to secondary to tertiary prevention at the individual, select population, and societal levels.

Cell and Molecular Biology

The Cell and Molecular Biology Research Program promotes collaborative science focused on the interplay between metabolic and proliferative signaling networks, genetic and epigenetic regulations, and the tumor microenvironment.

Discovery and Developmental Therapeutics

The Discovery and Developmental Therapeutics Research Program fosters a collaborative team research environment to promote molecular target interrogation for cancer drug discovery and to facilitate translational clinical trials for effective therapeutic development.

We have developed scientific poster and slide presentation templates to facilitate the visual depiction of your work as an integral part of Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. The templates are available for download on the Winship intranet. Log in with your netID and password.

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