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
Anao Zhang, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW, ACBT is principal investigator on a new project funded with a $250,000 Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award, an initiative of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, or PCORI. The research team will build out existing research infrastructure in patient-centered outcomes to enhance participation from AYA cancer survivors who identify as BIPOC or sexual and gender minorities.Read More >
Rogel researchers receive $4M through Prostate Cancer Foundation’s inaugural TACTICAL awards programPrincipal investigator Arul Chinnaiyan, M.D., Ph.D., will lead a $4 million project that will employ a suite of cutting-edge drug development techniques to develop an effective inhibitor of MYC, a major driver of about 70% of all cancers, including prostate cancer.Read More >
Visiting Rogel Cancer Center
As part of Michigan Medicine, we offer cancer care at a number of locations throughout Michigan.See Our Locations
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
After learning he had bladder cancer, Jeff Owens became the patient of Todd Morgan, M.D. Dr. Morgan, and the rest of the care team, helped Jeff make treatment decisions that were right for him and...
When Lori Robertson learned out her rare bile duct cancer had not only returned several years after undergoing surgery but had also spread to the lining of her abdomen, she was shocked. Her doctor...
The team of providers has an “amazing toolbox” of different options to assist with pain management, medication tweaks, emotional support and more.
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...