Our extensive research efforts make us one of the most comprehensive GI Cancer programs in the country.
Since Penn's discovery of the Philadelphia Chromosome which revolutionized cancer treatment, we've had a history of groundbreaking research.
Our team is focused on finding ways to detect GI cancers at the earliest possible level—making it possible to develop therapies using new agents and combination treatments.
We are at the forefront in a number of areas, all of which can make a difference today and in the future.
Our GI cancer doctors:
Shaping the Future
As one of the nation's largest cancer research centers our investigators benefit each day from collaborations and interactions with over 400 scientists and physicians involved in the Abramson Cancer Center.