The Knight Cancer Institute’s Cancer Early Detection Advanced Research (CEDAR) center is researching new methods to detect and eliminate lethal cancers early. Learn more
A unique approach to early detection
CEDAR's team-based model for
scientific research ensures that we can look at problems from different angles
and come up with creative solutions to cancer's biggest challenges.
- Explore careers in cancer research at Knight School
- Funding opportunities: Cancer early detection research with UK collaborations
- Cancer population health researcher Ruth Etzioni, Ph.D., joins CEDAR
chose OHSU: Hisham Mohammed, Ph.D.
- Beverly Emerson, Ph.D., a molecular biologist known for her work on gene regulation in cancer, joins CEDAR
- Knight Cancer Institute hopes collaboration will lead to cures
- The promise of early detection: Watch Sadik Esener's Marquam Hill Lecture
Cancer 101: An introduction to early detection research
the history of cancer treatment, what's possible today and what's next in
treatment and therapy as we work to end cancer as we know it. Watch the Knight School session.
Knight Cancer Research Building opens new era in cancer research
CEDAR is housed in the Knight Cancer Research Building, a seven-story, 320,000-square-foot building designed for collaboration. This state-of-the-art research facility features an open laboratory design, centralized, shared equipment and core facilities in order to bring together people from different scientific disciplines and accelerate research progress.