At the Georgia Cancer Center, we believe in achieving scientific excellence in both basic science and clinical research. We want to recruit innovative scientists who have a passion for patients because tomorrow’s clinical trials begin in the basic science labs today.
Research at the Georgia Cancer Center continues to focus on the most promising pathways for the prevention and treatment of cancer. Our labs include 57 research faculty with a funding portfolio of $16,249,929. This includes 21 NCI-funded grants totaling $7,987,143. To help our research teams make breakthroughs and discover new therapy opportunities, the Georgia Cancer Center's administrative team has curated and created lists of both internal and external grant funding opportunities.
View current and past research grant opportunities created by the Georgia Cancer Center
Clinical and translational research programs at Augusta University focus on three key areas that disproportionately affect the health of Georgians: cancer, cardiometabolic disease, and neurological disease including stroke.