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Research

The Vanderbilt SPORE in Breast Cancer consists of several initiatives including four scientific research projects, five cores that provide essential services to SPORE projects, a developmental research program to support pilot projects, and career development opportunities for physician-scientists in training.

The Vanderbilt SPORE in Breast Cancer is comprised of investigators with expertise in cellular signaling and molecular biology, breast pathology, medical, surgical, and radiation oncology, clinical trial design, epidemiology and population studies, mass spectrometry, biostatistics, and biomedical informatics. All four of the Vanderbilt Breast SPORE projects are translational and multidisciplinary, and they are led by co-investigators, from multiple Departments in the School of Medicine, with complementary basic science and translational/clinical expertise.