Cancer Research Programs
The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center (UMGCCC) is a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center. We maintain an interactive, multidisciplinary research program -- consisting of both clinical and basic research investigators -- focusing on the rapid transfer of knowledge from the laboratory to the clinic. Our goal is to take advantage of discoveries in basic cancer biology in conjunction with clinical research to:
- Develop and apply innovative cancer treatment and prevention strategies
- Describe the molecular mechanisms underlying specific clinical phenotypes and behaviors
- Apply these discoveries and strategies to the Maryland community and beyond, with a specific focus on cancer disparities
Comprehensive Research Programs:
- Experimental Therapeutics Program
- Hormone Responsive Cancers Program
- Molecular and Structural Biology Program
- Population Science
- Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Program
Becoming a UMGCCC Investigator
- Cancer Center Membership Application
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- Biographical Sketch Form (required for application)
- Completed membership applications and bio sketches should be emailed to Robert Mitchell, Associate Director for Administration.
Several Shared Services provide support and facilitate specialized research activities for all UMGCCC investigators.
UMGCCC is currently conducting more than 200 clinical trials. Search our database of clinical trials by disease site, treatment type, investigator or study number for information.
University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center
Research Administration, N9E17
22 S. Greene Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201