Cancer Research

  • cancer research building The William and Iffath Hoskins Center for Biomedical Research at Memorial University Medical Center is a 60,000 square foot facility dedicated to cancer research and medical education. It includes a laboratory research program, a diagnostic molecular genetics program, and classroom space for six physician residency programs. Scientists working within the Hoskins Center strive to move their findings from the laboratory to the patient bedside within five years, a process known as translational research. We are one of only a few facilities in the country conducting translational research on the molecular genetics of cancer.