Celebrating 75 Years of The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota Research:
Cutting edge cancer research
Started in 1942 by Jay C. Hormel, The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota has a seven-decade history of making significant scientific discoveries aimed at improving the health of the world. For the past 20 years, The Hormel Institute has targeted its cutting-edge research on better ways to prevent, detect, and treat cancer. The group of highly successful research scientists is focused on determining cancer’s basic molecular mechanisms to develop new anti-cancer agents. The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota is part of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center, and collaborative research partners with global leaders such as Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson, Columbia University and many more worldwide.
“The Hormel Institute continues to make progress against cancer through our cutting-edge research involving world-class scientists, state-of-the-art technology and global collaborators. Together, we are finding answers to cancer.”
Dr. Zigang Dong, Executive Director