Innovative Working Groups
The primary responsibility of a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center is to conduct research that will lead to the reduction of cancer morbidity and mortality.
These research programs and developing research programs collaborate concerning a breadth of issues, from benchtop to bedside, involving translational and clinical research with a major emphasis on discovery. Furthermore, these programs also focus on the development and delivery of novel treatments to reduce the morbidity and mortality of cancer in the Southwest and across the nation.
The Innovative Working Groups include: