The Key to Research is Collaboration
Through our focus on team science and research excellence, we aim to be a national leader in cancer prevention, early diagnosis, optimal treatment and survivorship care.Read About Our Research Programs
Committed to Training NextGen Cancer Doctors and Researchers
In addition to fellowships and doctoral programs, we also offer training opportunities including access to funding and seminars.See the Opportunities
Rogel Cancer Center faculty and trainees will lead more than 20 presentations, posters and moderated sessions at ASTRO 2023 held October 1-4, at the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.Read More >
An inter-departmental group of researchers at the Rogel Cancer Center received a grant from the National Cancer Institute to further research on radiosensitization, the process of making tumors more vulnerable to radiation treatment.Read More >
Cancerous brain tumor cells may be at ‘critical point’ between order and disorder. Large-scale coordination of brain tumor behavior may allow tumor cells to resist better against therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation, researchers say.Read More >
Visiting Rogel Cancer Center
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We are a comprehensive cancer center
Designated by the National Cancer Institute, we follow a team-based approach to cancer not only in patient care but also in research and education.Learn More About What Sets Us Apart
Thrive: Living with Cancer
Estrogen-lowering aromatase inhibitors are frequently prescribed to women with ovarian and uterine cancers. Research shows joint and muscle pain are a common and often life-limiting side effect of...
For William Moldwin, 87, getting back to the life he was living before being diagnosed with cancer meant publishing a book, collecting a lifetime impact award, receiving the Spirit of Detroit Award...
Ask Molly Moravek, M.D., why she pursued a career in fertility preservation for cancer patients, and she’ll tell you that it’s because her heart breaks every time she sees a patient who has had her...
After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, Scott Ward learned it had spread and was stage 4, advanced cancer. He shares how this devastating news impacted how he views life and how he's worked to...