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UW Carbone Cancer Center - For Researchers


The UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) is committed to leading-edge research to provide better treatment and ultimately, cures for cancer. With an emphasis on cancer research, the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (UW-SMPH) in Madison is designed to allow researchers to work with scientists from other disciplines, speeding the transfer of science to patients. In addition, the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, an integral part of the UWCCC, is dedicated to cancer research and conducts some of the most innovative research in this field.

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To refer a patient to the UWCCC, contact Cancer Connect: 800-622-8922


Michael Bassetti, MD, PhD

UWCCC Grand Rounds


Michael Bassetti, MD, PhD discusses "Radiation Treatment of Metastatic and Primary Liver Tumors". View this presentation


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3/04/2015UWCCC Grand Rounds-Current Practices for the Assessment and Treatment of Upper Extremity Lymphedema


Michael Hoffmann, PhD

Experimental Therapeutics


The mission of the UWCCC Experimental Therapeutics Scientific Program is to discover new targets and therapeutic agents, translate and advance these discoveries through clinical trials, and use information and resources from these trials to understand mechanisms of response and resistance. 


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The Wisconsin Oncology Network for Imaging eXcellence (WONIX) is designed to provide access to advanced molecular imaging techniques throughout the state of Wisconsin. WONIX is a unique public/private cancer imaging venture comprised of more than $8.5 million of total funding from the State, the UW and state-wide partner clinics.


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Rebecca Blank, PhD, UW-Madison Chancellor

UWCCC Research Retreat


Rebecca Blank, PhD, Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison is the keynote speaker at the 8th Annual Research Retreat on February 28. The focus of the Research Retreat is "Commecting Research and Community".


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