Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center is home to eighteen transdisciplinary research programs that prioritize and facilitate the collaboration of 1,100 members from five academic medical institutions and two Harvard health science schools. Many programs have representation across the basic-, clinical-, and population-based sciences.
In addition to our programs, there are a number of active research areas with considerable interest and involvement from cancer center members. Working groups focus on areas that include angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis, head and neck cancers, imaging, nursing, palliative care, sarcomas, survivorship, and viral oncology.
For more information on any of our working groups, please contact Debbie Goff, Deputy Associate Director for Program and Operations Support.