Molecular Oncology Research Institute (MORI)
The Molecular Oncology Research Institute is associated with the following institutions:
- Tufts Medical Center
A world-class academic medical center offering outstanding patient care to both adults and children, teaching generations of future physicians the most advanced medical science and breaking new ground with ongoing, innovative research.
- Tufts Medical Center Cancer Center
Originally founded in 1976, the Tufts Medical Center Cancer Center has a long and rich tradition of providing the highest quality of cancer care that is compassionate and multidisciplinary combined with leading edge clinical and basic science research.
- Tufts University School of Medicine
For more than one hundred years, Tufts University School of Medicine has been a national leader in medical education. Today, it continues to offer one of the most substantive and innovative medical curricula in the country, including training in business, communication, public health and technology.
- Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences
The Sackler School's mission is to graduate highly educated biomedical scientists. Collaborative and interdisciplinary research spanning basic and clinical disciplines is emphasized.
- Sackler Graduate Program in Genetics
The Sackler Graduate Program in Genetics is designed to train scientists in the principles and applications of classical genetics and molecular genetics for careers in research, teaching, and biotechnology.
- Sackler Graduate Program in Immunology
The Sackler Graduate Program in Immunology offers training in basic, biomedical research. Ph.D. degree candidates learn to apply the principles of molecular biology, protein biochemistry, cellular immunology and genetics to problems in antibody formation, graft rejection, hematopoietic cell development, malignant transformation and immune responses to pathogens.
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