Discovery in Our Labs
The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute directs cancer research for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and its affiliated institutions. Cancer Institute scientists are committed to reducing cancer incidence, mortality and morbidity in Arkansas and the surrounding region.
The Cancer Institute accomplishes its goals through focused research programs, shared resources and multidisciplinary disease-specific committees.
The Cancer Institute’s approach is simple: Discovery in our labs leads to the development of new treatment strategies, which are then delivered to the patients in our clinics. The bottom line for our patients is that our research fuels innovative treatment options.
Why I Do Cancer Research.
I watched my grandmother receive treatment for breast cancer and admired the way doctors cared for her. This first experience with cancer caused me to develop a passion and desire to become involved in the oncology community.Read More
All research at the Cancer Institute is organized into four distinct research programs to maximize and nurture scientific collaborations and productivity.Learn More
Clinical research conducted at the Cancer Institute focuses on cancer prevention, screening, treatment and support.Learn More
Shared resources provide Cancer Institute members with cost-effective access to specialized technologies, methodologies and quality control.Learn More
Research Training and Education Core
Numerous educational and training opportunities are available for cancer researchers from the Cancer Institute, the Translational Research Institute and Research Administration.Learn More
Internal funds available to support cancer research are updated monthly.Learn More
The mission of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is to translate today’s discoveries into tomorrow’s strategies to effectively reduce cancer throughout its continuum frLearn More