Researchers in DCEG's Radiation Epidemiology Branch uncover the cancer risks associated with low-dose diagnostic and screening procedures and high-dose radiation therapy.
|•||Diesel Methodology Papers Earn 2012 Thomas Bedford Memorial Prize|
|•||DCEG Staff Contribute to New Edition of Women and Health Book|
Dr. Mitchell Gail, a senior investigator in the Biostatistics Branch, presented the annual NIH Robert S. Gordon, Jr. Lecture in Epidemiology. His lecture was titled “Using risk models for breast cancer prevention.”
|•||Patricia Hartge Receives the Harvard Alumni Award of Merit|
|•||Debra Silverman Receives NIH Director’s Award|
|•||Barry Graubard Selected as AAAS Fellow|
|•||Amy Berrington de González Presents NIH Director’s Seminar|
Drs. Jianxin Shi, Sonja Berndt, and Joshua Sampson develop statistical methods to analyze the complex data generated by genome-wide association studies.
|•||Three Investigators Receive Scientific Tenure|
|•||Stephen Chanock Named Acting Co-Director of NCI’s Center for Cancer Genomics|
To thrive as a world-renowned research organization, DCEG encourages continued learning and professional growth for staff members.
|•||NIH Recognizes 2013 FARE Winners|
More leisure time physical activity was associated with longer life expectancy across a range of activity levels and body mass index groups.
The findings provide new insights into the genetic regulation of hepatitis C virus clearance and its clinical management.
The authors found no evidence of association at 15q25 among never-smoking women in Asia, providing strong evidence that this locus is not associated with lung cancer independent of smoking.