In March, Mark Schiffman, M.D., M.P.H., presented the esteemed Feldman Lecture at the American Epidemiological Society’s (AES) 87th annual meeting at New Brunswick, New Jersey. His lecture was titled “Progress and challenges in preventing infection-related cancers.”
DCEG senior investigators Eric Engels, M.D., M.P.H., and Sholom Wacholder, Ph.D., gave presentations at the meeting. Dr. Engels spoke on “Epidemiologic contributions to recent cancer trends among HIV-infected people in the United States,” and Dr. Wacholder discussed “Rates and difference between rates.”
The mission of the AES is to provide a scientific forum for senior epidemiologists, who engage in a lively interchange of ideas with their peers at each annual meeting. Members are nominated and evaluated on the basis of the quality and impact of their epidemiologic accomplishments and contributions; academic activities, such as teaching and mentoring; and other aspects of professional work, including administrative leadership and community service.