All of the research activities of Sylvester’s physician-scientists — who conduct breakthrough translational research — are housed on the Miller School of Medicine medical campus.
Sylvester currently has approximately 100,000 square feet of dedicated research space. The Papanicolaou, Basic Research, Clinical Research, and Batchelor buildings house the program leaders and many of the investigators for the seven multidisciplinary research programs.
Meanwhile, the Fox Cancer Research building is home to Sylvester’s administrative offices as well as the the Florida Cancer Data System, Information Technology, conference space, and two research laboratories. The Clinical Research Building is the home of the Miller School of Medicine’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards or CTSA initiative and houses investigators of Sylvester’s Biobehavioral Oncology Program and Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Program and the Division of Biostatistics, a shared resource of the cancer center. Sylvester’s other Shared Resources are located throughout campus in the Papanicolaou, Gautier, Clinical Research, Biomedical Research, Rosenstiel Medical Science, and Diabetes Research Institute buildings.