West Virginia University Cancer Institute is West Virginia’s premier cancer facility with a national reputation of excellence in cancer treatment, prevention and research. The Scientific Programs within the MBRCC are organized to nurture interactions between basic, clinical and population scientists and are designed to impact on specific health disparities and populations with unique needs within our state.Read More
What do one in five breast cancers have in common? Large amounts of a protein called HER2 (or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2).
Defense Health Program, Department of Defense Vision Research Program
WV-INBRE program will provide funding for HSTA scholars attending WVU and Marshall University to participate in biomedical science research.