Diversity & Inclusion UFHCC promotes a culture of inclusion, diversity, equity, access, and justice through our patient care, research, training, and engagement with the communities we serve.
The UFHCC has a plan to develop programs and activities that increase the diversity of the cancer research community on training, recruitment, retention, and promotion, while leveraging University Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) resources
Learn more about the university-wide commitment to creating an inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible community.
The UF Health Cancer Center and external donors offer a number of funding opportunities to support cancer-related research.
GUIDED BY leaders that care
The UF Health Cancer Center's Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Team puts DI&E issues at the forefront.
Tarcha Rentz, Ph.D., M.Ed. Steering Committee Member, UF Health Cancer Center Office of Community Outreach and Engagement, Founder, Wishful Thinking…
First ladies of churches in Gainesville and surrounding areas gathered to discuss the well-being of the health of women in their…
Raymond Mailhot, MD, MPH, dedicates his research to improving radiation treatment. He cares for pediatric patients and patients with breast cancer…
connecting the cancer community
Watch a selection of videos outlining the community outreach and research efforts underway at the UF Health Cancer Center.
The CDRC consists of a group of four Black churches, an interdisciplinary team of culturally sensitive researchers, and a health disparities research support staff working collaboratively to conduct community-based participatory research that will lead to interventions and large grants that aim to help prevent and/or reduce cancers among the East Gaineville Community in Gainesville, Florida.
Careers and Training
The UF Health Cancer Center is devoted to developing a strong workforce and providing opportunities for employment and advancement.