Nuclear Control of Cell Growth and Differentiation
Cell Response and Regulation
Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Cancer Center members contribute to the mission of the Center via their participation in research, including laboratory, clinical, and population- based efforts.
Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) has four cancer research programs:
- Nuclear Control of Cell Growth and Differentiation
- Cell Response and Regulation
- Experimental Therapeutics
- Cancer Control and Population Sciences
The four programs drive progress at our National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center by:
- Providing a forum to highlight important new developments and opportunities in cancer research
- Supporting creative project development and new collaborative initiatives
- Emphasizing the tremendous unmet medical needs in cancer
- Stimulating our talented researchers to focus on these needs
Cancer Center Membership
HCI Cancer Center members enjoy a variety of benefits, including eligibility for leadership roles in the Center, institutional funding opportunities, and scientific/administrative support.
Research Leadership Council
The Research Leadership Council (RLC) has responsibility for coordination, planning, and oversight of HCI's research portfolio and is accountable for the design and execution of Cancer Center goals. The Council is chaired by the CEO/Director and includes representatives from the Director's Cabinet, all Cancer Program Leaders, Staff Investigators, HCI-managed Shared Resource Directors, representation of the Disease-Oriented Research Teams (DOTs), HCI clinical research operations, and senior administrators. This group participates actively in strategic planning for HCI research initiatives, and directs evaluation of Programs, Shared Resources, and membership.