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The UCI Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is an organized research unit dedicated to basic cancer research. The CRI has 49 faculty affiliates from departments in the Schools of Biological Sciences, Engineering, Medicine and Physical Sciences. The CRI supports faculty research, organizes cancer related training, and functions as the basic sciences arm of the UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. The CRI offices are located in Sprague Hall on the UCI main campus.

Sprague Hall, home of the CRI, houses facilities dedicated to cancer research

 

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT

We want you to join the Cancer Research Institute in the fight against cancer! UCI’s cancer center is launching an exciting new event- The Anti-Cancer Challenge. This two day event on June 10-11, 2017 at Angel Stadium will raise funds for cancer research at UCI.

Saturday, June 10- Free Festival, Stationary Bike (spin) Ride, and Children’s Ride
Sunday, June 11- Cycling ride and 5K run/walk
Click here for a detailed schedule of the weekend events.

To find out more about Onco-Slayers, and how they got their name, please click HERE. To join the UCI Cancer Research Institute T32 team, The Onco-Slayers, and register for one of the following challenges, Click here:

  • Cycle 10, 30, 60, 100 miles
  • 5K Run/ Walk on the field
  • Spin
  • Volunteer – for the day of the event, or you can work alongside the Onco-Slayers to help raising funds to meet and beat the team goals.
  • Children’s Ride

Please email us at cri@uci.edu if you are interested in participating or if you have any questions regarding this event and registration. You may also start your own team today at Anti-CancerChallenge.org. Anti-Cancer Challenge weekend has fun for the whole family, so invite your friends and family to join you.

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