The Gastric Cancer Registry was created with the generosity of Diane and Ronald Weintraub, in memory of their beloved daughter Beth Weintraub Schoenfeld.


We utilize clinical samples to conduct sophisticated and advanced genomic analyses and compile information from a large group of people. This includes studies that identify gastric cancer’s molecular complexities and map associations between specific genetic errors and a patient’s prognosis and outcome.

By gathering data and samples from patients across the country and potentially the world, we aim to provide an excellent data set for future researchers who want to study gastric cancer.  We hope to facilitate research collaborations across a range of scientific endeavors including epidemiology, survivorship, prevention, treatment, genetics and more.