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Epidemiology - Cancer

 

Faculty Member

Department

Research Interest

Maya-Begalieva_1
Maya Begalieva

Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences

  • Ovarian cancer

Prescott-Deininger_1
Prescott Deininger

Epidemiology

  • Molecular and cancer epidemiology

astrid engel
Astrid Engel

Epidemiology

  • Genetics

HOFFMAN-Aaron_1
Aaron Hoffman

Epidemiology

  • Molecular and environmental epidemiology of cancer
  • Circadian genetics and the role of circadian genes in carcinogenic processes
  • Small RNAs in cancer
  • Environmental factors in gene regulation

Nick-Makridakis_1
Nick Makridakis

Epidemiology

  • Molecular epidemiology of cancer and other multifactorial diseases

Gabriele-Sabbioni_1
Gabriele Sabbioni

Global Environmental Health Sciences

  • Determination of chemical carcinogens (aflatoxins, aromatic amines, nitroaromatic compounds) in biological fluids: urinary metabolites, reaction products with blood proteins
  • Phenotyping of enzymes involved in the metabolism of carcinogens

Jeffrey Shaffer

Biostatistics

  • Experimental design
  • Statistical programming
  • Sample size and statistical power assessment
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Spatial analysis
  • Hierarchical modeling
  • Time trend analysis
  • Survey design and analysis
  • Mobile-based surveys
  • Online surveys
  • Prostate cancer
  • Maternal and child health
  • Lassa fever

 

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