Albanes, Demetrius, M.D. Nutritional and molecular determinants of prostate, lung, and other cancers. Focus on role of micronutrients, vitamin supplementation, and exposures related to energy balance and anthropometry.
Anderson, William F., M.D., M.P.H. Cancer surveillance research of breast and other sporadic cancers, supplementing standard descriptive epidemiology with novel biostatistical models and methods to better understand cancer subtypes, trends, and the effects of age-period-cohort events.
Beane Freeman, Laura, Ph.D. Cancer risks associated with occupational and environmental exposures, including formaldehyde, drinking water contaminants, and those found in agriculture.
Berndt, Sonja I., Pharm.D., Ph.D. Genetic epidemiology of cancer, particularly prostate cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and colorectal neoplasia; genetic architecture of anthropometric traits; molecular biomarkers related to cancer.
Brinton, Louise A., Ph.D. Epidemiology of breast (both female and male), endometrial and ovarian malignancies. Defining the role of both endogenous and exogenous hormones in these cancers and in addressing etiologic heterogeneity within the tumors. Identification of biomarkers (including genetic markers) for these malignancies.
Chatterjee, Nilanjan, Ph.D. Survival analysis methods for genetic epidemiologic studies. Two-phase designs using biological and questionnaire data. Statistical methods for epidemiologic studies with disease classification data.
Chaturvedi, Anil K., Ph.D. Role of HPV in the etiology of head and neck cancers, natural history of head and neck cancer precursors, inflammation and cancer risk, role of inflammation in the etiology of lung cancer and other smoking-associated cancers.
Cook, Michael B., Ph.D. Molecular epidemiology of esophageal, prostate and testicular cancers. Elucidation of sex differences in cancer incidence.
Figueroa, Jonine D., Ph.D., M.P.H. Genetic and non-genetic risk factors and gene-environment interactions for breast and bladder cancers. Identification of markers related to early carcinogenic events in breast tissues.
Gail, Mitchell H., M.D., Ph.D. Studies of breast and gastric cancer etiology and risk assessment. Statistical methods for observational and experimental studies, including design and analysis of genetic epidemiologic studies.
Gierach, Gretchen L., Ph.D., Etiology of hormonally-related female cancers. Molecular epidemiology of mammographic density and breast cancer.
Goedert, James J., M.D. Natural history of hepatitis C virus, and risk factors for liver and B-cell diseases, with hemophilia. Risk factors for Kaposi's sarcoma (KS)-associated herpes virus infection and for classical KS.
Graubard, Barry I., Ph.D. Use of national surveys and other types of population based-studies for conducting epidemiologic and risk factor surveillance studies related to the incidence of and mortality from cancer. Statistical methods for design and analysis of observational and randomized studies with complex sample designs.
Inskip, Peter D., Sc.D. Cancer risks due to medical, environmental, and occupational exposures to ionizing radiation, including the Chornobyl nuclear reactor accident. Etiology of brain tumors. Multiple primary cancers.
Katki, Hormuzd A., Ph.D. Predicting cervical cancer risk. Estimating absolute risks from studies nested within cohorts. Efficient study designs for comparing diagnostic tests. Methodology for clinical genetics.
Koshiol, Jill, Ph.D Role of immune response in carcinogenesis, with a focus on hepatobiliary and lymphoproliferative cancers.
Kreimer, Aimée R., Ph.D Epidemiology of human papillomaviruses (HPV) infection and resultant cancers at multiple anatomic sites, including the oropharynx, cervix, and anus.
Lee, Choonsik, Ph.D. Organ radiation dose estimations for diagnostic and therapeutic medical procedures using computer simulations of human anatomy and radiation-generating machines.
Linet, Martha S., M.D., M.P.H. Hematopoietic, lymphoproliferative, and other cancer risk in adults and children attributable to medical, environmental, and occupational exposures to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.
Little, Mark, D.Phil. Low-dose radiation and cancer risk, high-dose radiation and cancer risk, modeling of radio-biological processes.
Lubin, Jay H., Ph.D. Studies of the carcinogenic effects of radon and other radiation exposures, the assessment of measurement error, and the evaluation of other etiologic factors, including gene-environment interaction.
Matthews, Charles, Ph.D. Etiologic studies of the role of physical activity and energy balance/obesity in cancer prevention and control, as well as the development of better methods for the assessment of active and sedentary behaviors in population-based research.
Mbulaiteye, Sam M., M.D. Unraveling the role of infections, immunity, and genetic factors in the etiology of Burkitt lymphoma and Kaposi sarcoma. Both of these malignancies are endemic in Africa and their risk is substantially increased in the setting of HIV/AIDS.
Moore, Lee E., Ph.D. Use of molecular markers to measure the biological effects of carcinogens in human tissues. Molecular epidemiology of environmental arsenic exposure and of bladder and renal cell carcinoma.
Morton, Lindsay M., Ph.D. Etiology of lymphomas and leukemias. Etiology of second cancers, including treatment, genetic, and lifestyle and environmental risk factors.
Pfeiffer, Ruth M., Ph.D. Statistical methods for: genetic epidemiology, including power assessment of association studies, family data accounting for ascertainment , DNA pooling for joint genotype estimation, and lab data methods.
Purdue, Mark, Ph.D. Molecular investigations into the etiologies of lymphoid malignancies and renal cell carcinoma; exposure to chlorinated solvents and cancer risk.
Rabkin, Charles S, M.D. Molecular mechanisms of infection-related cancers, pharmacogenomics of iatrogenic malignancies.
Rosenberg, Philip S., Ph.D. HIV/AIDS natural history. Viruses and cancer, including HCV, SV40, and KSHV. Meta-analysis in genetic epidemiology. Smoothing and nonparametric regression. Cancer susceptibility.
Safaeian, Mahboobeh, Ph.D. Etiologic studies of cervical cancers, with a focus on the host immunology and genetics in the context of HPV infection and HPV vaccination. Epidemiological studies of the human colonic microbiome and its role in the etiology of colorectal cancer.
Sampson, Joshua, Ph.D. Statistical methods for identifying biomarkers, such as genes, proteins, and metabolites, associated with cancer risk. Connecting risk factors with etiology of cancer. High dimensional data analysis.
Shi, Jianxin, Ph.D. Statistical genetics, with focus on copy number variantion analysis and pathway analysis; statistical analysis of microbiome; analysis of genetic variants related with P53 gene and pathway.
Simon, Steven L., Ph.D. Radiation dosimetry and dose reconstruction methods; dose estimation for cohorts exposed to environmental, medical, or occupational radiation; health risks from radiation exposure, doses received from nuclear testing worldwide; radioactivity in man and the environment and quantitative estimation of transfer coefficients; uncertainty analysis of radiation exposure models.
Sinha, Rashmi, Ph.D. Interdisciplinary studies of diet, genetic susceptibility and cancer etiology. Developing approaches of exposure assessment using questionnaires and biochemical measures.
Trabert, Britton, Ph.D. Dr. Trabert’s research interests concentrate on the role of exogenous and endogenous hormones in cancer, and the relationship between chronic inflammation and gynecologic cancers.
Wacholder, Sholom, Ph.D. Design of epidemiologic studies, including control selection and efficient design. Joint effects of genetic and environmental factors. Natural history of human papillomavirus and cervical neoplasia.
Ward, Mary H., Ph.D. Environmental exposures (drinking water contaminants and pesticides) and exposure assessment using Geographic Information Systems. Etiology of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and gastric cancer.
Wentzensen, Nicolas, M.D., Ph.D. Etiology of cervical, ovarian, and endometrial cancer. HPV - related carcinogenesis. Discovery and translation of biomarkers for gynecological cancers. Gene methylation.
Zhu, Bin, Ph.D. Developing and applying novel statistical methods to increase understanding of biological mechanisms underlying complex diseases, and studying the pattern and determinants of disease in human populations.