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Cancer Research Institute

The purpose of the UCI Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is to facilitate and coordinate basic cancer-related research and training at UCI.

Institute for Clinical and Translational Science

The ICTS functions as a local centerpiece for the national ICTS program, and is dedicated to advancing scientific discovery and medical breakthroughs. Collectively, our goal is simple: to accelerate these discoveries from the lab and translate them into life-altering medical care.

NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research

The NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research (CMCF) is connecting scientists across mathematical, physical, and biological sciences to usher in a new era of biology. CMCF is one of four NSF-Simons Research Centers for Mathematics of Complex Biological Systems situated across the country, jointly funded by the National Science Foundation and the Simons Foundation.

Bio Sci 3 Building

UCI Center for Cancer Systems Biology

The overall goal for the UCI Center for Cancer Systems Biology (CaSB@UCI), also known as the Center for Complexity, Cooperation and Community in Cancer, is to understand the principles that underlie why cancers are organized as they are.

Gross Hall Building

UCI Skin Biology Resource Center

The Skin Biology Resource Center promotes discoveries in skin biology and disease through cross-fertilization between multiple disciplines that are integrated in a systems biology approach.