The Center for Clinical Cancer Research (CCCR) promotes and supports all cancer research across Main Line Health. Led by Paul Gilman, MD, system chief, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Lankenau Medical Center, CCCR oversees Main Line Health's cancer clinical and non-clinical studies within LIMR.

These include:

  • Novel trials of experimental therapeutics in oncology
  • Drug development in partnership with pharmaceutical companies
  • Investigator-initiated trials, which relate to methods, tests and drugs developed at LIMR

George Prendergast, PhD, president and CEO of LIMR, and Havens Chair for Biomedical Research Professor, is a co-director with Dr. Gilman of the LIMR Program in Cancer Research. The synergy between our laboratory programs and the clinical research activities serves as a translational conduit for the movement of lab findings into clinical investigations.

Main Line Health patients have access to state-of-the-art clinical trials and new cancer treatments before they become available to the general public, allowing them to be more active in their health care.

Browse cancer clinical trials available at Main Line Health

For more on the Center for Clinical Cancer Research, contact 484.476.2649 or cancertrials@mlhs.org.