Research

Researchers in the Department of Cancer Biology work collaboratively with all three Mayo Clinic campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota to engage in nationally and internationally recognized biomedical cancer research.

By collaborating with numerous faculty scientists and research laboratories throughout Mayo Clinic, the Department of Cancer Biology can conduct research across a broad spectrum of cancer, with research focus areas that include brain tumors, breast cancer, kidney cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer, skin cancer and thyroid cancer.

Brain tumors

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on brain tumor research:

Breast cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating on breast cancer research:

Kidney (renal) cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on kidney (renal) cancer research:

Liver cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on liver cancer research:

Lung cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on lung cancer research:

Ovarian cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on ovarian cancer research:

Pancreatic cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on pancreatic cancer research:

Prostate cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on prostate cancer research:

Skin cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on skin cancer research:

Thyroid cancer

Laboratories and faculty collaborating with the department on thyroid cancer research: