The goals of this Division are to undertake cutting-edge research and provide training and in modern epidemiologic and genetic epidemiologic approaches to studying chronic diseases such as cancer.
Faculty conduct research on the causes of a wide variety of diseases, including cancers of the breast, prostate, brain, colon, pancreas, and blood. The faculty study methods to enhance early detection of disease, conduct prevention and treatment clinical trials, and evaluate quality of life and survival. The faculty also undertake methodological research into the design and analysis of modern epidemiologic studies.
The Division plays a key role in the education of future genetic and cancer epidemiologists. This includes teaching courses in epidemiology methods, genetic and molecular epidemiology, and cancer epidemiology.
|Paige Bracci, PhD, MPH, MS||Associate Professor|
|Dejana Braithwaite, PhD, MS||Associate Professor|
|June Chan, DSc||Professor|
|Adam De Smith, PhD||Assistant Researcher|
|Robert A. Hiatt, MD, PhD||Professor|
|Joe Wiemels, PhD||Professor|
|John Witte, PhD, MS||Professor and Division Head|
|Lydia Zablotska, MD, PhD||Associate Professor|
|Virginia L. Ernster, PhD||Professor (Emeritus)|
|Elizabeth A. Holly, PhD||Professor (Emeritus)|
|Marion Lee, PhD||Professor (Emeritus)|
|John Wiencke, PhD||Professor (Recalled)|
|Margaret Wrensch, PhD||Professor|