When a child is diagnosed with cancer, a blood disease or immune deficiency disorder, finding the right medical care is every family’s first and most important step. Today, more and more families are choosing Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, a special place where hematology, oncology, bone marrow transplantation, immune deficiency and vascular malformation specialists have earned a strong reputation for providing sophisticated treatments and cutting-edge research. From year to year, we are consistently ranked as one of the top five cancer programs in the country.
The Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children’s is an integrated, multidisciplinary institute made up of four divisions that conduct leading-edge clinical translational research and care plus a division focused on basic research. The institute has numerous education programs to train the leaders of tomorrow, with opportunities for advanced clinical training and fellowships, all levels of research training (including student and visitor rotations, doctoral and postdoctoral programs and continuing medical and nursing education) and community outreach.
The four divisions of the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute are:
Learn more about the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute.