The Center for BRCA Research allows UCSF, the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and our team of clinicians and investigators to provide more personalized care to families that carry mutations linked to hereditary cancers, improving quality of life for families and patients. Our team is poised to be innovative and drive the progress and development of new and novel treatment protocols, as well as improving patient outcomes, survivorship, and answering genetic, pre-clinical and etiologic research questions.In addition to our patient-focused clinical expertise, our clinical fellowship program, and the awarding of grants to promising research projects, will allow us to train the next generation of service providers and researchers. By building a model for care of hereditary cancers, the Center will drive improvement of care across the spectrum and set the standard by which this care is provided to families.
Utilizing the expertise and resources of the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCSF, combined with a robust, dedicated team of clinicians and researchers who are devoted to working with patients and their families, our focus is to learn more about BRCA mutations and the impact of these mutations. This enables us to provide a program that will allow for better, more focused care, and to build a research program with the engagement of families and patients, further enabling UCSF and the Center for BRCA Research to break new ground in areas of scientific and clinical knowledge.