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Research

The Partnership develops and supports collaborative research projects between CCNY and MSKCC investigators. The overall objectives of these research collaborations are twofold: to bring cancer research projects, primarily being conducted at MSKCC, to more racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse populations; and to encourage scientists at CCNY to expand their work and engage in cancer-related research. This approach builds on the strengths of the two institutions and addresses cancer health disparities in two ways.

Currently, the Partnership funds collaborative studies in health disparities, biomedical engineering research, and imaging. Below is a listing of our current projects.

Please click here to see our previously funded projects.

If you would like to learn more about the Partnership’s research program, please contact Julie Kumar, Clinical Research Manager, at kumarj@mskcc.org.

Full Project

Preclinical Evaluation, Clinical Trial Preparation and a Prospective Clinical Trial of
Intraoperative Real-time Tissue Oxygenation Monitoring by Wireless Pulse Oximetry (WiPOX)

CCNY PI: Bikson, M.
MSKCC PI: Adusumilli, P.

Pilot Project

Developing an Accurate and Reliable Method for Tumor Motion Using Real-time Optical
Surface Imaging

CCNY PI: Wei, J.
MSKCC PI: Li, G.

Administrative Supplement

Community-Engaged Research on HIV/AIDSRelated
Cancers among Diverse Racial/Ethnic and Underserved Polulations

CCNY PI: Lubetkin, E.
MSKCC PI: Burkhalter, J.

 

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