Research Facilities

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 and System Biology

Biomarker Profiling


Integrated Cellular Imaging

Cancer Tissue and Pathology

Cancer Animal Models

Research within the Cancer Biology program also occurs within the Whitehead Biomedical Research Building and O. Wayne Rollins Research Center on the Emory campus.