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RESEARCH SNAPSHOT
The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) has a wide-ranging portfolio of basic, clinical, and population science research supported by funding from government, foundation, and industry sources.

TOTAL CLINICAL TRIAL ENROLLMENTS IN 2020

ACTIVE FUNDED PROJECTS IN 2020

Research Funding By Source Grand Total (All Projects)
$96,302,507
Government
$68,145,393
71%
Foundations & Associations
$8,116,201
8%
Industry $20,040,462
21%
Research Projects by
Funding Source Grand Total (All Projects)
770
Government
370
48%
Foundations & Associations
87
11%
Industry 313
41%

PROGRAM MEMBERS OF
THE HICCC

The nearly 250 researchers and physicians that are members of the HICCC are dedicated to understanding the complex biology behind cancer, from before it begins to its evolution and spread. The HICCC has four formal research programs that organize our membership.
54
Cancer Genomics
and Epigenomics
60
Cancer Population
Science
54
Precision Oncology and Systems Biology
69
Tumor Biology and Microenvironment