Research Disease Teams
As a patient of the University of Arizona Cancer Center, you will be treated in one or more of our multispecialty clinics. Each clinic has a team of physicians and health care professionals, such as medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, nutritionists, social workers, genetic counselors and more, who are experts in their specialties. This multidisciplinary approach means our patients get the best treatment possible: treatment tailored to them.
For more specific information about the treatment you may receive in our multidisciplinary clinics, click on one of the disease teams.
At the University of Arizona Cancer Center, we personalize therapy according to risk and goals of care using a patient-centered approach.
The University of Arizona Breast Center is the region’s premier center for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and other disorders of the breast.
The Cutaneous Oncology Program at the University of Arizona Cancer Center offers exceptional care to patients with a wide variety of cutaneous malignancies.
Our team of physicians are world-renowned experts in their fields of GI cancers and have experience treating complicated cases.
Every patient is unique and will receive a personalized plan of treatment, which might include any or a combination of our services from treatment to supportive care to survivorship clinics.
Our gynecologic oncologists are specialty physicians you can trust who are dedicated to the prevention, early detection and treatment of gynecologic cancers, located on a woman's reproductive organs.
Head and Neck Disease Team focuses on cancers that arise from the mucosal surfaces of the mouth, nose, and throat (also known as head and neck squamous cell carcinoma), as well as tumors arising from the salivary glands, thyroid, and paranasal sinuses.
The Lymphoma Program combines excellent patient care with research and is dedicated to finding a cure for the both Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphomas.
Our oncologists have extensive experience with the growing array of precision cancer treatments for melanoma.
The Neuro-oncology team at the UACC is a dedicated multidisciplinary team of physicians composed of neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, neuro-oncologists, neuro-radiologists and a neuropathologist, all specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of both metastatic and primary brain.
The University of Arizona Department of Pediatrics is the University of Arizona Cancer Center's clinical partner in treating children with cancer and blood disorders.
The phase I program at the University of Arizona Cancer Center conducts cutting-edge early clinical trials across a broad spectrum of solid and hematologic cancers for patients whose cancer progressed on standard chemotherapy.
The prevention team conducts clinical research studies to prevent cancer for various organ sites such as skin, breast, cervix, lung, upper aerodigestive track, ovarian, rectal, esophagus, stomach, colon, liver, and prostate.
The Department of Radiation Oncology actively collaborates in the multidisciplinary care of patients with cancer with the use of external beam radiation and brachytherapy to treat tumors.
It is the primary mission of the University of Arizona Cancer Center's Sarcoma Multidisciplinary Clinic to bring together a winning team for the care of sarcoma patients in Arizona.
The Supportive Oncology Research Team (SORT) supports studies on the prevention or treatment of acute and chronic symptoms related to cancer care.
The Lung Cancer Team takes a comprehensive and individualized approach to patient care and offers a wide variety of services.