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Bioinformatician in Cancer Genomics
Responsible for conducting bioinformatics analyses of large genomics data, and collaborative research with intramural and extramural researchers.

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Antibodies to HPV16 Measured in Blood up to 28 Years Prior to Oropharyngeal Cancer Diagnosis 

Study by the NCI and IARC find human papillomavirus 16-E6 antibodies can be detected in the blood of people with HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancer up to 28 years prior to diagnosis.

Read about these findings and how they inform the natural history model for HPV16-associated disease.

The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) is a research program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Division is the world’s most comprehensive cancer epidemiology research group. Its renowned epidemiologists, geneticists, and biostatisticians conduct population and multidisciplinary research to discover the genetic and environmental determinants of cancer and new approaches to cancer prevention. The Division’s research impacts public health policy in the United States and around the world.