Cancer Populations Sciences (CPS) Division

Working closely with the Huntsman Cancer Institute, an internationally renowned cancer center with outstanding clinicians and scientists, the Division of Cancer Population Studies fosters the integration of cancer population sciences with clinical research and provides expertise on study design, in molecular and translational epidemiology, and in cancer prognosis, survivorship, and outcomes research.

The Cancer Control and Population Sciences (CCPS) Program

Huntsman Cancer Institute
The Cancer Control and Population Sciences (CCPS) Program is a comprehensive basic and applied research program that spans the cancer control continuum from etiology, primary prevention, screening, and early detection to continuing care, survivorship, and end-of-life care. The unifying long-range goals of the program are to prevent cancer and reduce cancer morbidity and mortality.