Integrative Tumor Epidemiology Branch
The Integrative Tumor Epidemiology Branch (ITEB) employs molecular pathology, somatic and germline genomics, and epidemiology to identify environmental and germline risk factors for cancer.
The mission of ITEB is to conduct large-scale, international epidemiological research on cancer etiology and progression through integrative analyses of risk factors and tissue profiling to inform prevention and clinical strategies.
ITEB provides a dynamic and collaborative environment for trainees at the pre- and post-doctoral level.
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