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Department of

Cancer Biology

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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:


Latest News/Events

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Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati gives $200,000 to support cancer research

Ride Cincinnati continued its support of UC Cancer Institute scientists withthe annual award of seven grants, totaling $200,000,to continue promisingbreast cancer research. Read Story

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Congratulations to our CCB Graduate Students who have recently received NIH awards!

Madeline Niederkorn, F99 (NCI Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award - F99/K00)
National Cancer Institute
"Regulators of ubiquitin signaling in malignant hematopoiesis"

    Maddie’s F99 replaced the previously awarded F31

Madeline Niederkorn, F31
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
 "The TIFAB-USP15 Complex in the Pathogenesis of MDS and AML"

Brian Hunt, F31
National Cancer Institute
"Targeting glycolytic metabolism in RON-driven breast cancer"

Camille Sullivan, F31 
National Cancer Institute
"Macrophage Ron signaling regulates the antitumor immune response in prostate cancer"




Open Faculty Positions in Cancer Biology

The College of Medicine, Department of Cancer Biology at the University of Cincinnati is seeking highly qualified researchers to fill faculty positions.  The rank of the appointment (Assistant/Associate/Professor) is open and will be commensurate with the experience and professional accomplishments of the selected applicant.  Requisition#: 33424