The Division's faculty are committed to fulfilling Stony Brook’s mission of excellence in research, and to advancing scientific knowledge to improve patient care and population health.
Participation in our clinical trials is always completely voluntary, and never interferes with the normal standards for patient care.
Our participation in national clinical trials allows us to use the latest in therapeutic advances for the care of different cancers — and this gives our patients the only opportunity available in Suffolk County to benefit from such studies.
Our faculty's publications demonstrate their high level of accomplishment as physician-scientists committed to advancing scientific knowledge to improve patient care. They also demonstrate our contribution to the best ideas in medicine that define Stony Brook Medicine.
The Division's faculty members are active participants in various national research groups, and in this capacity they participate in both basic/translational and clinical research initiatives. This collaborative work is demonstrated in their publications.
Among the research groups in which our faculty participate are the Early Detection Research Network Pancreatic Cancer Working Group, Gastrointestinal Spore: Inter-SPORE Clinical Committee, and Pancreatic Cancer Collaborative Registry.
For more information about our current clinical trials, please email the director of cancer clinical trials Ryan Washington, or call him at 631-216-2970.