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Margaret Tucker Retires from DCEG
Dr. Tucker led a superbly productive program of epidemiologic and interdisciplinary studies with innovative clinical and laboratory components.

Sharon Savage Appointed DCEG Clinical Director
Dr. Savage will be responsible for ensuring patient safety, research integrity, and the responsible stewardship of research funding for all DCEG clinical activities.

Shifting Lung Cancer Burden in the U.S.
Lung cancer incidence in the U.S. has historically been higher in men than in women, but a new study confirms a reversal of this pattern in younger non-Hispanic whites and Hispanic whites born since the mid-1960s.

Defining Cancer Risk at the 2018 Fellows' Training Symposium
The theme for this year’s symposium was “Defining Cancer Risk: Does G (Genetics) × E (Environment) = Me”.

Nicolas Wentzensen Receives ASCCP Distinguished Scientific Award
Dr. Wentzensen received the Society's highest honor for his role in leading the Colposcopy Standards project.

Robert Burk Gives Inaugural Wacholder Lecture
DCEG welcomed Dr. Burk as the inaugural Sholom Wacholder Distinguished Lecturer in Quantitative Health Sciences.

Martha Linet Recognized with HHS Career Achievement Award
This award, among the highest granted by the Department, recognizes Dr. Linet’s decades of international leadership in epidemiology.

Paul Albert Gives Robert W. Makuch Distinguished Lecture in Biostatistics
Dr. Albert's lecture was titled “Innovative approaches to the statistical analysis of circadian rhythm data: Uncovering the patterns of life.”