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The more than 200 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:
The Cancer Genomics and Epigenomics Program at HICCC studies the genetic and epigenetic mechanisms that control genome stability, drive genome rearrangements, and promote mutations in cancer cells.
The Cancer Population Science Program conducts observational and interventional studies that focus on prevention, early detection, health outcomes and cancer care delivery to diverse communities.
The Precision Oncology and Systems Biology Program leverages a model-based view of cancer biology to embrace the complexity of cancer mechanisms.
The Tumor Biology & Microenvironment Program aims to understand the immunological, stromal, and cell-intrinsic mechanisms that regulate tumor initiation and cancer progression.