Research Facilities

Researcher Looking at Film

The Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University (Winship) serves as a hub for many of the research activities within the Cancer Biology graduate program. Winship was recently named a National Cancer Institute Designated Cancer Center, the first and only in Georgia. Winship provides state-of-the-art research facilities, with a focus on translational cancer research. A group of seven shared core facilities provide high technology services and support to investigators within the research groups and scientific programs at Winship and Emory.  These include:

Bioinformatics

Biomarker Profiling

Biostatistics

Integrated Cellular Imaging 

Clinical Trials

Human Tissue & Pathology

Transgenic Mouse & Gene Targeting

Research within the Cancer Biology program also occurs within the Whitehead building and Rollins Research Center on the Emory campus.