Cancer Epidemiology Program Members

Members of the Cancer Epidemiology Program conduct multidisciplinary research that spans the cancer continuum from bench to bedside to population. CE members are housed in eight academic departments, and faculty members possess content expertise across a breadth of specialties, including molecular epidemiology, genetics and genomics, nutrition, pharmacology, pathology, physics, biostatistics, radiology, surgical and radiation oncology, artificial intelligence, and clinical genetics. Faculty research encompasses not only the identification and validation of associations between cancer and molecular markers, but also the translation of findings to change clinical or public health practice, shift existing health paradigms, and inform policy.