Access to the resources of Stanford University -- including the Schools of Engineering, Law, Business, Humanities & Sciences and Education
The Institute's comprehensive investigations extend from the earliest phase of basic discovery to the development of new cancer diagnostics, treatment protocols and prevention strategies
Basic, clinical and translational studies into the biology of cancer and the factors that contribute to its onset and growth.
The most sophisticated technologies and research protocols are offered to SCI members through a number of core facilities.
Ongoing seminars allow cancer specialists to share knowledge and foster new collaborations.
Education and professional development designed to train the next generation of cancer researchers and physicians.
The Cancer Clinical Trials Office provides regulatory and administrative services to SCI members conducting clinical trials.
Internal and external sources of support for both established cancer research programs and promising new ideas.
Publications, press releases and news are shared with scientists, physicians, patients and friends of the Institute.
Scientists and physicians from a wide range of disciplines, all dedicated to reducing the burden of cancer.
The 2nd annual Stanford Cancer Institute sponsored showcase for the research accomplishments of graduate students, post doctoral fellows and clinical fellows. Non-Stanford trainees conducting cancer research are also welcome.
Stanford graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and other junior investigators will convene Feb. 23 share their latest research projects and hear advice from established cancer scientists.
In this podcast, Lucy Kalanithi, MD, talks about the words that her late husband, Stanford neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi, left behind -- a new book entitled, “When Breath Becomes Air."…
A small subset of colon cancers lacks the CDX2 protein — a hallmark of colon tissue maturation. Patients with these cancers may benefit more than others from chemotherapy.