Oncology and hematology professional education videos
In these short videos, our pediatric cancer experts offer insights into the advanced treatments and specialized clinical care they provide at our hospital.
What our cancer and blood disorder research means for kids
Physicians at the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders have a variety of interests in clinical, translational and laboratory research. Our major focus areas include:
- Clinical trials for children with all types of cancer
- New cancer therapies
- Sickle cell disease
- Hemophilia and clotting disorders
- Redirecting the immune system
- Different modes of bone marrow transplantation
Our translational and basic laboratory research includes:
- Pediatric leukemia and neuro-oncology biology and genetics
- New molecularly targeted therapies for various types of cancer
- Genetic studies of von Willebrand disease
- Immunotherapy with T cells and NK cells
Our faculty collaborates with international consortiums, laboratory researchers and the University of Colorado Cancer Center to find new cures and better cancer treatments for children.
We also participate in every major pediatric cooperative group for cancer and blood disorders, including:
Learn more about the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.