The Washington University Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control is a National Cancer Institute Moonshot funded initiative aimed at using implementation research to help eliminate cancer disparities in rural and other disadvantaged communities. We aim to build a base for responsive, urgent research to increase the access to effective cancer control interventions such as early screening access; cancer prevention interventions focused on physical activity and nutrition and increasing capacity for public health practitioners, clinicians and community members.  

Read about our projects, community engagement initiatives and funding opportunities below to see how our center is making an impact in the 82-county Siteman Cancer Center catchment area.