The Winship Cancer Institute is comprised of six shared facilities providing high technology services which are open to clinicians and researchers throughout the Emory system. These shared facilities make possible for an entire campus that would be too costly or time consuming for any one department or hospital.
The research conducted at the Cancer Institute facilities includes basic, translational and clinical research projects. Research programs which fall under the auspices of the Cancer Institute include Cancer Prevention, Oncology Clinical Research, Pediatric Oncology, Molecular Therapy, Immunology, and Cancer Genetics.
Membership of the Winship Cancer Institute is comprised of over 200 Emory School of Medicine faculty members from a cross-section of disciplines.