The Department of Radiation Oncology participates in various clinical trials, working together with experts from different specialties to improve and refine current and future patient care.
Faculty and students in our Medical Physics graduate program (MD, PhD) are active in research in areas such as radiation oncology and radiation safety and quality assurance. We focus on developing state-of-the-art research models that can be translated into clinical trials.
The 3D Printing and Imaging Laboratory (3DPIL) is a collaborative research group within the Department of Radiation Oncology who work together to improve the effectiveness of cancer therapies.
The Molecular Cancer Therapeutics Lab, lead by Director Daniel Vallera, PhD specializes in the design and development of new anti-cancer biologic agents with the goal of getting them into the clinic as quickly as possible.
Participate in a Study
By participating in clinical trial research, you can help us uncover breakthroughs that will improve care and outcomes for future generations.
Find a clinical trial—Use StudyFinder to search for University of Minnesota studies that need research participants
Volunteer for research studies—through ResearchMatch registry
Find cancer studies through the Masonic Cancer Center