Because research brings hope; basic science, clinical and public health researchers at the Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center collaborate to answer complex questions that lead to promising new treatments and therapies.Collaborative efforts include areas such as:
- Translation of science from bench to bedside
- Cancer genomics and precision medicine
- Cancer imaging
- Use of natural products for treatment and symptom control
- Tumor microenvironment
- Cancer survivorship
- Health disparities research
Wake Forest Baptist has been recognized by the Sarcoma Alliance as a designated Sarcoma Center. An acknowledgment given to leaders in sarcoma research and treatment, we are one of only two institutions in North Carolina and 52 in the country to hold this designation. The Sarcoma Alliance strives to improve the lives of people affected by sarcoma through accurate diagnosis, improved access to care, guidance, education and support.
Fighting Cancer: For Dr. Pasche, It’s PersonalBoris Pasche, MD, PhD, FACP, had already earned medical degrees in his native Switzerland and also Sweden as well as a doctorate degree on blood clotting, immigrated to the United States, and started an internship at New York Hospital, when a personal epiphany reset his career plans. Read the full Director's Welcome.