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Exploring the Causes and Course of Lung Cancer in Italy

Genetic epidemiologists from DCEG have been collaborating with investigators from the University of Milan in Italy to study possible causes of lung cancer and how to interrupt its progression.

Read more about the EAGLE study
DCEG Hosts Symposium on Applying Epidemiology
Scientists gathered for the “Applying NCI Etiologic Epidemiologic Discoveries to Reduce Cancer Burden” symposium, which targeted the etiologic epidemiologist considering the earliest steps of new discovery application.

Study Reports Benefit of Fewer than Three Doses of HPV Vaccine
Dr. Aimée Kreimer and collaborators found that women who received three, two, or one dose of the HPV 16/18 vaccine were equally protected against HPV infection after four years.

Louise Brinton Honored with SER Career Accomplishment Award
Dr. Louise Brinton received the Society of Epidemiologic Research (SER) Career Accomplishment Award during the 2015 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

NIH Fogarty Newsletter Features Burkitt Lymphoma Research
Dr. Sam Mbulaiteye was featured in the NIH Fogarty International Center Global Health Matters newsletter. The article highlights his work on the EMBLEM study.

Scientific Highlights: Recent Publications from March—June
Short summaries for a selection of newly published findings by DCEG investigators.

View the Latest DCEG Videos

The Complexity of Genetic Susceptibility to Cancer
Jeffrey M Trent Lecture by Stephen Chanock, M.D., DCEG Director

Spotlight on Population Research: Aimée Kreimer, Ph.D.

Cancer Epidemiology: From Pedigrees to Populations
Presentations from the Fraumeni Symposium

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