The Research Leadership Council (RLC) is responsible for the coordination of Huntsman Cancer Institute's research portfolio and is accountable for the execution of Cancer Center goals. The RLC is chaired by Neli Ulrich, MS, PhD, and includes all Program Leaders, staff investigators, shared resource directors, Protocol Review and Monitoring System and Data and Safety Monitoring Committee chairs, senior administrators, and leaders of Huntsman Cancer Institute centers and partners. This group serves as the core leadership of the Cancer Center, participates actively in strategic planning for research initiatives, and evaluates programs, shared resources, and membership.
New applications for Cancer Center membership are presented by a relevant Program Leader and put forward for an advisory vote by RLC members based on specific membership criteria. Dr. Ulrich makes final decisions on Cancer Center membership. The RLC meets monthly for two hours.
The RLC is composed of the following people:
Nuclear Control of Cell Growth and Differentiation
Cell Response and Regulation
Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Max Loveless, MBA
Holly Zullo, PhD
Centers and Partners
Center for Patient and Public Education
Donna M. Branson
Huntsman Alliance for Postdocs (HAP)
Kate Warde, PhD