The James Graham Brown Cancer Center's goal of translational research is to facilitate the rapid transfer of promising scientific discoveries from the laboratory to the patient's bedside. This is also the goal of the National Institutes of Health and has been identified as the most important area of medical research for the next decade. The James Graham Brown Cancer Center's strategic plan calls for the development of strong translational research, primarily focused on drug discovery and development. We have one of the most robust pipelines of anti-cancer drugs of any cancer center in the nation.. The James Graham Brown Cancer Center has brought together a talented group of clinical specialists,attracting some of the best and brightest from this area and around the world. These specialists include hematologists,medical oncologists,radiation oncologists,surgical oncologists,gynecological oncologists,radiologists,pathologists,psychiatrists,psychologists and others. These teams of medical subspecialists are supported with nurse navigators,social workers and other support services. They care for patients in each of the multidisciplinary clinics that set the James Graham Brown Cancer Center apart. With experts from this wide variety of disciplines working together and sharing insights,patients benefit from the most advanced,specialized,comprehensive care.
Each of the following multidisciplinary clinics at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center reflects the combined strength of groundbreaking research,leading-edge technology,accomplished specialists and exceptional,collaborative care: