Linking Population-based Registries to Study Early-life Factors and Cancer
Investigators are linking population-based registries in Scandinavia to study exposures in early life and possible links to cancer.
Aimée Kreimer and Jianxin Shi Awarded Scientific Tenure by the NIH
Dr. Kreimer's research focuses on the etiology and prevention of cancers caused by the human papillomavirus. Dr. Shi develops statistical approaches to study the role of genetics in cancer etiology and survival, and analysis of the microbiome.
NCI GeoViewer Expanded with Historical Data from the U.S. Cancer Mortality Maps
In a close collaboration with the NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, investigators in DCEG recently completed the migration of historical U.S. mortality data from the NCI Cancer Mortality Maps (CMM) website to GeoViewer, a visualization mapping tool that until now only displayed the most recent five years of data.
Eighth Annual DCEG Fellows' Training Symposium
In March, more than 60 DCEG fellows participated in the eighth annual Fellows' Training Symposium, titled “The Science of Team Science.”