The University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center offers rich research opportunities for predoctoral and postdoctoral training among a wide range of disciplines in a collaborative environment. Our cancer center is one of only two National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in Illinois and has earned an international reputation for excellence and a commitment to basic, clinical and transdisciplinary cancer research. Our researchers have been elected to numerous positions in professional and honorary societies, and they’ve won countless awards, including the Nobel Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. See below for more information about how to join our team.
Our Legacy of Cancer Research Excellence
The late Janet Rowley, MD, DSc, pictured here receiving the 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom for her role in defining the genetic basis of cancer, is part of UChicago Medicine's long legacy of excellence in cancer care and research.Learn More About Our History of Cancer Breakthroughs