Welcome to the DFCI/BWH Center for Molecular Oncologic Pathology


The DFCI/BWH Center for Molecular Oncologic Pathology (CMOP) stands at the forefront of translational cancer research, thanks to a unique environment that enables researchers to develop cutting-edge molecular pathology techniques. Our sophisticated instruments for tissue-based research facilitate innovation in the areas of histopathology, molecular cytogenetics, tissue microarray, imaging, comparative pathology, and more.

Interactive, Collaborative

More importantly, the center is a place where basic, translational, and clinical investigators across multiple disease areas can interact and collaborate on projects that advance their pathology-based research. 

The center is eager to facilitate your research and play a integral part in translating basic science discoveries into applications for clinical care. Learn who can benefit from using CMOP, or get started with our Project Proposal Form.



Technology & Capabilites

Innovation and discovery happen every day at CMOP, due in part to our cutting-edge technologies. The center's research activities center on five main areas:

  • General Pathology
  • Histology and Imaging
  • Molecular
  • Cytogenetics
  • Mouse Models

Use the menu at left to learn more about our individual technologies and capabilities, and how they can enhance your research projects.


Recent News

Job Opening:

Research Technician (DFCI ID 26858) position available as of July 27, 2015.  Apply here or Contact Us for more information.