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DCEG Videos

DCEG scientists discuss their research findings at scientific meetings, conferences, and courses—both domestically and internationally. Please browse our library of talks and presentations. 

About DCEG & Investigator Profiles

  • DCEG's Commitment to Collaboration (Video)

    DCEG brings together teams of researchers with complementary expertise to carry out innovative, interdisciplinary research and train the next generation of cancer epidemiologists, biostatisticians, and geneticists.

  • DCEG's Commitment to Training (Video)

    Join DCEG in a training program for postdoctoral, predoctoral, and postbaccalaureate fellows.

  • Tour of the Laboratory of Translational Genomics (LTG) (Video)

    Francine Baker, predoctoral fellow, and Ludmilla Prokunina-Olsson, LTG Director, tour the Laboratory of Translational Genomics (LTG), part of the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics.

  • DCEG: Uncovering the causes of cancer, training future researchers (Video)

    DCEG researchers investigate the causes of cancer at the population level. Together with their trainees, our experts pair genetic and genomic studies of common and rare malignancies with classical epidemiological approaches. Watch our scientists discuss genome-wide association studies, HPV genomics, Li-Fraumeni Syndrome natural history studies.

  • Spotlight on Population Research: Aimée Kreimer, Ph.D. (Video)

    Aimée Kreimer, Ph.D., a senior investigator in the NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, discusses her research on human papillomavirus and cancer.

  • In Their Own Words: Dr. Sholom Wacholder (Video)

    Dr. Sholom Wacholder, a biostatistician in the NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, discusses his role on a human papillomavirus vaccine clinical trial. From the archives of the NCI Cancer Bulletin - 2010.

Fellowships & Training

  • Why Be a Fellow: Supportive and Engaging Community (Video)

    DCEG fosters a supportive and engaging learning environment for fellows and summer interns to build the skills they need to go on to successful careers and to grow as individuals. Fellows have access to rich and expansive data resources, new technologies, and tools to conduct cutting-edge science. It’s impossible not to find something of interest. As they embark on new avenues of discovery, they can share in their enthusiasm with not only their scientific mentors, but also peers across the Division who are just as eager to learn. Watch as current fellows share their experiences and emphasize the importance of the community.

  • Why Be a Fellow: Opportunities for Collaboration (Video)

    DCEG fellows and interns are critical to the Division’s mission to conduct population and multidisciplinary research to discover the causes of cancer and the means of prevention. With access to the latest technology, methods, and data registries, along with partnerships across the NCI, NIH, and the global research community, fellows and interns are uniquely positioned to conduct world-class, collaborative research.

  • Why Be a Fellow: Outstanding Mentoring (Video)

    Mentoring is a core value of DCEG and central to everything we do. Fellows work with leading scientists in the field of cancer prevention and etiology research and participate in cutting-edge projects. Our fellows point to this professional guidance as a key benefit of their training.

  • In their own words: DCEG Fellows (Video)

    Hear from our fellows as they discuss why they chose to work at DCEG, the office culture, mentoring relationships, and how their experiences have impacted their careers.

  • DCEG Summer Interns (Video)

    The 2016 summer internship program in the NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics (DCEG) comprised 46 summer interns and 53 mentors.

  • "I Am NCI": 2015 Cancer Epidemiology Summer Interns (Video)

    In 2015, participants in the summer intern program commented about themselves and their contributions to NCI research.

Scientific Seminars, Workshops & Symposia