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Epidemiology: Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center

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Date Event Presentation Speakers
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings The Origins and Neoplastic Progression of Barrett's Esophagus Co-Chairpersons: Timothy C. Wang, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, and Brian J. Reid, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA Brian J Reid
November 7, 2010 Ninth Annual International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research Concurrent Sessions - 6 : Individualized Diet and Cancer Prevention Johanna W. Lampe
Vegetable constituents and biotransformation enzymes: The effect of genetic variation on response Johanna W. Lampe
Somatic evolution and neoplastic progression in Barrett’s esophagus: Lessons in space and time Brian J. Reid
Autoantibodies and early detection of lung cancer Samir Hanash
Concurrent Sessions 9 : Molecular Approaches to Early Detection Samir Hanash
June 6, 2010 The Future of Molecular Epidemiology: New Tools, Biomarkers, and Opportunities Educational Session 2: Assessment of Biomarker Variability and Its Impact in Epidemiological Studies Nicole D. Urban
The gut microbial community as biomarker of dietary exposure and cancer risk Meredith A. Hullar
Validation and application of serum markers for early detection of ovarian cancer Nicole D. Urban
Session 2: Validation and Application of New Biomarkers and Measurement Tools in Translational Studies Cornelia M Ulrich
Overview Cornelia M Ulrich
Session 5: Challenges I - Dealing with Complexity Cornelia M Ulrich
Title to be announced Cornelia M Ulrich
Use of biomarkers to evaluate genotype-phenotype relationships in the context of dietary exposures Johanna W. Lampe
January 22, 2010 2010 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium Novel Biomarkers for Pancreatic Cancer Samir Hanash
General Session VII: Cancers of the Colon and Rectum: Prevention, Screening, and Diagnosis William M Grady
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