Gynecologic Oncology Research

Washington University’s renowned Gynecologic Oncology team is committed to providing patients first-rate clinical care supported by cutting-edge research.

Our basic science research focuses on understanding the molecular, epigenetic and, metabolic mechanisms that underlie tumorigenesis and metastasis of gynecological cancers, leading to discoveries that propel potential clinical breakthroughs in prevention and treatment. Our patients have access to new and promising clinical trials overseen by an expert and caring multidisciplinary team and we aim toward personalized precision medicine for the cancer treatment.

Explore our research

Clinical research:
Siteman Cancer Center trials

Basic science studies:
Research projects

Core facilities:
Gynecologic Oncology Tissue Bank (GOTB)

Research milestones

Investigators

Investigators in gynecologic oncology include faculty members in the Department of Ob/Gyn’s Division of Gynecologic OncologyDivision of Clinical Research and Center for Reproductive Health Sciences.


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