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The Ohio State University Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. Ohio State's Medical Center includes:

  • A top-30 College of Medicine
  • Six hospitals
  • A unified physician practice
  • Network of primary and specialty care practices
  • More than a dozen research centers and institutes
  • 20 core laboratories



Comprehensive Cancer Center and Solove Research Institute

The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center (OSUCCC) was designated as a comprehensive cancer center in 1976 by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). We are one of only 40 Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the United States.

The OSUCCC has a multidisciplinary team approach to cancer research, patient care, prevention and community outreach. We are an umbrella entity that unifies Ohio State scientists and researchers from 14 colleges at OSU who have a research focus on cancer and translate basic, clinical and prevention research into quality cancer care.



The Center for Clinical & Translational Science 

The mission of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science Center is "to improve the quality of care for all patients in the community by developing a transformative clinical and translational science discipline that is at the core of the OSU academic culture."

The goal of the CTSA is to speed the translation of new scientific discoveries to enhance patient outcomes.


Nationwide Children’s

As one of the largest and most comprehensive pediatric hospitals and research institutes in the United States, Nationwide Children's is a resource and an advocate for children and parents in central Ohio and far beyond.

The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital is one of the nation's ten largest free-standing pediatric research centers and works to enhance the health of children by engaging in high-quality, cutting-edge research.


Wright Center for Innovation in Biomedical Imaging

The 4.7T/40cm MRI Facility was created as part of the Ohio Cellular and Molecular Imaging Consortium (OCMIC) with the goal to advance state of the art technology for animal imaging at the molecular, cellular and system level, to serve as a resource for medical research, biotechnology advances and pharmaceutical development, and for probing in vivo gene function, disease processes and therapeutic applications including drug delivery and trials.

The goal of the Consortium is to facilitate inter-institutional collaboration between Academic Institutions in Ohio and technology transfer to Industry.