SOLUTIONS with/in/sight

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Thursday, June 07, 2012
About the Koch Institute
The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT was founded in 2007 and opened at its current facility on March 4, 2011.  By combining the faculty of the former MIT Center for Cancer Research with cancer-oriented engineers drawn from across the MIT School of Engineering, the Koch Institute continues a tradition of scientific excellence while directly promoting innovative solutions for the improved diagnosis, monitoring, treatment and prevention of cancer.  Learn more at

About the Galleries
The Koch Institute Public Galleries, including the Philip Alden Russell (1914) East Gallery and the West Image Gallery, were established to connect the community in Kendall Square and beyond with the work of the Koch Institute.  Within the Galleries, visitors can explore current cancer research projects, examine striking biomedical images, hear personal reflections on cancer and cancer research and investigate the historical, geographical and scientific contexts out of which the Koch Institute emerged.  More information about the Galleries is available at

Contact Information

  • Phone: 617-324-2169
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