Oncologist Noah Hahn, M.D., talks about the positive influence of the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute and the overall state of bladder cancer research today.
Research and Grants
The Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute is working to advance the science and clinical care of bladder cancer through cutting-edge research. While based in Baltimore, Maryland, the institute is a multidisciplinary collaboration that includes clinician-scientists from Johns Hopkins and from other top institutions and organizations around the world.
We are dedicated to bladder cancer research
We are dedicated to sharing knowledge, organizing efforts and collaborating on a focused research agenda because we know that when research isn’t limited by physical walls or institutional boundaries, it has greater potential to move faster and make a near-term clinical impact.
Genetics & Epigenetics
Grant-Making to Recruit Investigators and Jump-Start Meaningful Research
Given the impact of the disease, there aren’t nearly enough experts dedicated to bladder cancer research. Then there are researchers with novel ideas but no funding or those who — with a little more money — could launch a next-phase trial and produce real results. Through an annual grant program, we are recruiting talent to the field and helping investigators from all over kick off projects and accelerate progress on current initiatives.