Epidemiology Program

Joint Epidemiology/Cancer Prevention Seminar Series

Date

Time

Speaker

Institution

Title

Jan 31
2014

 

Jessica Chubak, PhD

Associate Investigator, Group Health Research Institute

Methodological Issues in Studies of Cancer Recurrence and Mortality

Feb 4
2014

 

Victoria Seewaldt, MD

Professor of Medicine, Duke University

Going beyond BRCA1: strategies from the bench to the community to investigate the aggressive biology of TNBC in African American women

Feb 10
2014

10:00 am 
M1-A307

Steve Alberts, MD, MPH

Chair, Division of Oncology, Medical Director, Cancer Research Office, Mayo Clinic

Overview of Cancer in Alaska Native People

14 March
2014
12:00 pm
M1-A305/307
Mads Kamper-Jørgensen, PhD, MSc

Associate Professor

Institute of Public Health

University of Copenhagen

Pregnancy and Cancer: Two Examples of Danish Registry-based Research
21 March
2014
12:00 pm
M1-A305/307
M1-A307 Elena Martinez, PhD Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
Program Leader, Reducing Cancer Disparities Program
University of California, San Diego Moores Cancer Center
Breast Cancer in Hispanic/Latina Women:  What Can We Learn From Binational Studies?
25 April
2014
11:00 am
M1-A305/307
Noel Weiss, MD, DrPH Full Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Professor of Epidemiology, UW
Cohort Studies of the Efficacy of Screening for Cancer
19 May
2014
12:00-5:00
Pelton Auditorium
Ann Hsing, PhD
Steven Shea, PhD
Nathaniel Watson, MSc, MD
Shobhan Gaddameedhi, MSc, PhD
Scott Davis, PhD
Parveen Bhatti, PhD
Stanford University Cancer Institute
Oregon Health and Science University
University of Washington Sleep Center
University of North Carolina Cancer Center
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Cancer and the Circadian Clock: A Symposium on the Current State of the Science

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Contact: Carie Deems at (206)667-7474 or cdeems@fhcrc.org.

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