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Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program

2014-2015 Lectures

The Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program Colloquia lectures are held on Tuesdays at 11:00 am at 9609 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, MD (conference room location varies).

Date Speaker Presentation Title
06/20/2015 Martin Lajous, MD, MS, DScMartin Lajous, MD, MS, DSc
National Institute of Public Health of Mexico (INSP) (Mexico) and Center for Research and Population Health (France)
The Mexican Teachers’ Cohort: Bridging a Population Research Gap
06/02/2015 Mindy S. Kurzer, PhDMindy S. Kurzer, PhD
Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute, University of Minnesota
Green Tea: Can It Prevent Breast Cancer?
05/19/2015 Photo of Jeffrey N. Weitzel, MDJeffrey N. Weitzel, MD
City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Translating the Genetic Epidemiology of Breast Cancer in Latinos:  Genomic Tools to Address Global Disparities
05/05/2015 Photo of Ian Barron, PhDIan Barron, PhD
John Hopkins School of Public Health
Aspirin & Breast Cancer — Adjuvant Treatment & Mechanisms of Action
04/21/2015 Photo of Kathleen Arcaro, PhDKathleen Arcaro, PhD
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Biomarkers of Breast Cancer Risk in Breast Milk
04/07/2015 Photo of S. Yousuf Zafar, MD, MHSS. Yousuf Zafar, MD, MHS
Duke Medical Oncology
The Elephant in the Room: How High Cost is Harming Cancer Care
03/17/2015 Photo of Brian Schmidt, MD, PhD, DDSBrian Schmidt, MD, PhD, DDS
New York College of Dentistry
What Pain Tells Us About Cancer
03/03/2015 Photo of John D. Groopman, PhD John D. Groopman, PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Biomarkers for Etiology and Prevention of Liver Cancer: Second Leading Cause of Global Cancer Mortality
02/17/2015 Photo of Electra Paskett, PhD Electra Paskett, PhD
College of Medicine Ohio State University
Transdisciplinary Approach to Reducing Cervical Cancer in Appalachia
02/03/2015 Photo of Shai Silberberg, PhDShai Silberberg, PhD
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Enhancing the Reproducibility of Research Findings: Ongoing Activities at NIH and Beyond
12/09/2014 Photo of Ernest Hawk, MD, PhDErnest Hawk, MD, PhD
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
CPFP Distinguished Alumni Lecture - Advancing Cancer Prevention & Control As Plan A: Perspectives from a Former Cancer Prevention Fellow
11/18/2014 Photo of Christine Friedenreich, PhDChristine Friedenreich, PhD
Alberta Health Services
Epidemiologic and Biologic Evidence for the Role of Physical Activity in Cancer Risk and Survival
11/04/2014 Photo of Erin Costanzo, PhDErin Costanzo, PhD
Carbone Cancer Center
University of Wisconsin
BioBehavioral Influences on Recovery Following Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
10/22/2014 Photo of Erika A. Waters, PhD, MPHErika A. Waters, PhD, MPH
Washington University School of Medicine
Translating epidemiological research for public consumption: Challenges and opportunities in communicating about risk
10/21/2014 Photo of Tram K. Lam, PhD, MPH
Tram K. Lam, PhD, MPH
National Cancer Institute
From Cancer Etiology to Population Health Impact: What Is the Role of Cancer Epidemiology in the Translational Research Continuum?

Colloquia Series Lecture

The Psychological Impact of Awaiting Breast Diagnosis: A Preliminary Picture

Thumbnail portrait of Kate Sweeny, PhD

Kate Sweeny, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology
University of California, Riverside

Tuesday, March 07, 2017
11:00 am - noon

NCI Shady Grove
TE-Seminar 110

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Last modified: 05/27/2015

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