DCEG’s multidisciplinary research covers most types of cancer and many exposures in a variety of populations. Our cadre of inhouse scientists – epidemiologists, geneticists, biostatisticians, and clinicians – form interdisciplinary teams to study complex questions. DCEG forms collaborative partnerships within the NIH/NCI intramural research program and with scientists at academic and medical institutions around the world, which enables it to carry out its research.
The results of our research have served to inform public policy and have played an important role in improving public health.
Overview of cancer types commonly studied by DCEG, listed by body location
A range of exposures and risk factors for cancer studied by DCEG
Diverse populations and subsets of populations studied by DCEG
Research approaches used by investigators in DCEG
Studies that provide etiologically-informative observations and assessments of cancer events over time