The primary mission of the Surgical Oncology Division is the commitment to excellence in research, education, and patient care. As one of the largest divisions of surgical oncology in the country each faculty member has chosen to specialize in surgical oncology and then further specialize in a small number of diseased states. This allows each faculty member to be a leader in those diseased based multidisciplinary teams and provide highly innovative, exceptional quality, and improvement in overall outcomes for all of our patients. Our highly collaborative faculty remains committed to providing mentorship and educating future clinicians in the optimal outcomes of oncology care.
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Leaders in Cancer Research
Surgical oncology faculty members are involved in significant basic science and translational laboratory research programs, supported by the National Institutes of Health and a variety of other funding agencies.
The types of cancer research conducted here include:
The Division of Surgical Oncology has directed more than 75 clinical studies, involving more than 14,000 patients, including national multicenter cancer studies directed by members of the Division.
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