The Division of Hematology/Oncology is the largest subspecialty administrative unit in the Department of Internal Medicine. We care for patients with benign and malignant disorders of the blood and lymphatic organs as well as for patients with most types of solid tumor malignancies. Our faculty are on the leading edge of cancer research and are committed to providing our patients with the very best in patient care and treatment.
The division is comprised of 80 full time instructional and clinical track faculty, 15 research track faculty, 19 subspecialty trainees, greater than 20 postdoctoral research fellows, more than 30 administrative and clerical staff, over 60 laboratory personnel and over 30 physician extender staff.
Division faculty, students and laboratory personnel occupy >40,000 sq. ft. of lab space in several locations within the Medical Campus: the Cancer Center Building, MSRB II & III, Simpson Memorial Research Building, Medical Sciences I Building, Veterans Administrative Hospital Research Building, the Life Sciences Institute Building and the North Campus Research Complex.
Despite the decline in federal funding nationwide, our researchers have continued to be successful in securing funding to support their research activities. We had nearly $25M in direct funds from external sources and $23M in new awards granted in FY12. We continue to increase our focus on team science and collaboration with researchers across other departments and schools enabling our ability to obtain funding from new resources.
(Updated May 2014)
The Division of Hematology/Oncology
University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center
1500 E Medical Ctr Drive/SPC 5946
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Cancer Answer Line: 800-865-1125