Epidemiology Program

Joint Epidemiology/Cancer Prevention Seminar Series 2012

Date

Time

Speaker

Institution

Title

Wednesday
4 January 2012

4:00pm

M4-A805/817

Dr. Dan Gottschling FHCRC/UW Cellular deterioration with age: The limits of an interconnected
Wednesday 25 April
2012

4:00pm

M1-A305/307

Carolyn Hutter Senior Staff Scientist, FHCRC, Lecturer, Dept. of Epidemiology, University of Washington Genome-Wide Investigations of Gene-Environment Interactions in Colorectal Cancer
Wednesday
16 May
2012

4:00pm

M1-A305/307

Dr. Graham Colditz Washington University Risk prediction: applying epidemiology to inform prevention

Tues 22 May 2012

 

Eric Chow

Assoc in Clinic Research, FHCRC

Methods and advances in understanding cardiometabolic complications after cancer

Wed 6 June 2012

 

Mark Roth

Full Member, Basic Sciences Division, FHCRC

Metabolic Flexibility and Suspended Animation

 

Wed 11 July 2012

 

David Cummings, MD

Prof of Medicine, Sr. Investigator, Diabetes & Obesity Center of Excellence, University of Washington

Metabolic Surgery: Endocrine Mechanisms of Diabetes emission    and Cancer Risk Reduction After "Bariatric" Operations

13 Aug 2012

 

Laura S. Rozek, PhD

University of Michigan

Molecular Approaches to Link Common Exposures and Cancer

10 Sept 2012

 

Christian Abnet, PhD, MPH

NIH

“Esophageal and Gastric Cancer Risk:  The Role of Common Genetic Variants”

30 October, 2012

 

Antonia Calafat, PhD

Chief, Organic Analytical Toxicology Branch,

Div. of Laboratory Sciences,
National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Biomonitoring, Chemical Exposures and Human Health

 

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