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Cancer Control Program

For 30 years, the Cancer Control Program under Dr. Morrow’s leadership has conducted translational and cancer care delivery research locally and nationally investigating the prevention and management of side effects from cancerMorrow and its treatments.  The seven funded faculty members are internationally known for their outstanding contributions to the field of supportive care and survivorship, for training new researchers and for being highly collaborative colleagues.  They are supported by a combined total of over $35,000,000 in current extramural NIH grant funding, which includes Dr. Morrow’s $18 million dollar grant to fund clinical trial infrastructure as a Research Base for the NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).

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Who We Are

Morrow Gary R. Morrow, Ph.D., M.S., Director of Cancer Control
asare Matthew Asare, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor
Cole Calvin Cole, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor
Culakova Eva Culakova, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor
Guido Joseph Guido, M.S.   Research Senior Associate 
  Julia Inglis, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor
Heckler Chuck Heckler, Ph.D., M.S., Research Assistant Professor
Janelsins Michelle Janelsins, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Kamen Charles Kamen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Kleckner Ian Robert Kleckner, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor
Mustian Karen Mustian, Ph.D., M.P.H.., Associate Professor
Peppone Luke Peppone, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Roscoe Joseph Roscoe, Ph.D., Research Associate Professor
Mohile Supriya Mohile, MD, MS, Associate Professor