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About Cancer Biology

Cancer Biology Faculty and Students

The Cancer Biology Department is the home of a dynamic, collaborative and highly interactive faculty with cutting-edge research programs that span a wide range of cancer-related topics.

Every new discovery and success in our laboratories—big and small—is putting our dreams of eradicating (or controlling) cancer closer than ever to reality. We hope you will join us in our fight against cancer through basic and translational research at this most opportune and exciting time.

We invite you to learn more about:

Recent Publications

Graduate Students

The following publications have been recently published by Cancer Biology faculty:

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Latest News/Events

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Congratulations to Dr. Ken Greis for receiving the 2017 Team Science Award!

The Team Science Award recognizes a team of faculty members who have successfully created and sustained a multidisciplinary research team that significantly contributes to the mission of the College. 

Dr. Greis, a Professor of the Department of Cancer Biology, UC College of Medicine, is a member of the Translational Signatures Network. The TSN is a group of scientist seeking to ask and answer the largest possible questions in translational neuroscience.

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Congratulations to Dr. Zhang on his successful ACS Real Men Wear Pink Campaign!

11/14/17  Dr. Zhang, Associate Professor of the Department of Cancer Biology, UC College of Medicine, has received tremendous support in his ACS Real Men Wear Pink campaign and raised a total of $2,325 to support breast cancer research, prevention and patient care. Overall, the greater Cincinnati campaign raised over $125,000 and ranks 6th in the country. Congratulations!

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Retreat Brings Researchers From Varying Units Together for Collaboration

When it comes to developing better, more effective treatments for cancer, theconcept at UC is that two departments working together are better than one. Read Story


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