The Georgia Cancer Center bridges the gap between clinicians and basic science researchers, with the goal of developing collaborations leading to increased translational research and investigator-initiated clinical trials.
The Georgia Cancer Center Grand Rounds series features talks on mature cancer-related basic, translational, clinical, or population, prevention, and control research projects. This series is expected to raise awareness of the great work being done within the Georgia Cancer Center and potentiate expanded interactions and collaborations with colleagues, not just from within the Georgia Cancer Center but from the entire university as well as other institutions.
Our weekly Research in Progress seminar series is a forum for our faculty to present current research from their laboratories. Research areas include basic science/translational, clinical, and behavioral/prevention science related to cancer. The research presented can be at any stage of development, including the earliest stages, where the background and hypotheses are strong, but data are incomplete. The purpose of these talks is to stimulate discussion, generate constructive feedback, and initiate collaboration.