Brian C. Springer, M.H.A.
Vice President, Research Administration and Associate Center Director, Administration at Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
Brian C. Springer, M.H.A joined Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in September 2013 as Vice President, Research Administration and Associate Center Director, Administration. Mr. Springer is responsible for leading research development, planning, direction, finance, operation, and evaluation, as well as renewal of the National Cancer Institute core grant.
Mr. Springer has 21 years of experience coordinating and directing large research initiatives, with more than 19 years of experience in NCI cancer center administration. He has particular interests in diversity, disparities research, outreach, and education, with significant experience in developing and operating these programs. Mr. Springer developed Cancer Center Support Grant applications at Moffitt, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center (2), and Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center. He has expertise in clinical research, having served as a past director of a clinical trials core, and administrator of NCI-funded clinical research grants.
Mr. Springer has served on the Cancer Center Administrators Forum (CCAF) Executive Committee, and the Steering Committee of the Association of American Cancer Institutes’ Clinical Research Initiative. He currently co-chairs the CCAF Information Technology (CCAF-IT) Steering Committee, and serves on several committees of the national Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN). In addition, Mr. Springer has held leadership positions in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and Alliance of Dedicated Cancer Centers. During the summer and fall of 2014, Mr. Springer served as co-chair of the National Cancer Institute Phase 2 Working Group to streamline the Cancer Center Support Grant application and review process. He currently serves on the External Advisory Boards of more than 10 Cancer Centers. He also serves as a Board Member and Secretary of the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research in Tampa, FL, and as a Board Member of the 50 Hoops/National Physician & Family Referral Project in Dallas, TX.
Mr. Springer earned a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.