Association between DNA Damage Response and Repair Genes and Risk of Invasive Serous Ovarian Cancer
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Publication InfoBentley, RC; Berchuck, Andrew; Clyde, Merlise; Iversen, Edwin S; Marks, JR; Moorman, PG; ... Wilson, MA (2010). Association between DNA Damage Response and Repair Genes and Risk of Invasive Serous Ovarian Cancer. PLOS ONE, 5(4). pp. e10061. 10.1371/journal.pone.0010061. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4535.
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James M. Ingram Professor of Gynecologic Oncology
Dr. Andrew Berchuck is Director of the Duke Division of Gynecologic Oncology and holds the James M. Ingram Distinguished Professorship. He is a practicing oncologist who is actively involved in the surgical and chemotherapy management of women with ovarian, endometrial and lower genital tract cancers. This includes minimally invasive laparoscopic surgical approaches. He also has developed a research program that focuses on the molecular-genetic alterations involved in malignant transformation of
Professor of Statistical Science
Model uncertainty and choice in prediction and variable selection problems for linear, generalized linear models and multivariate models. Bayesian Model Averaging. Prior distributions for model selection and model averaging. Wavelets and adaptive kernel non-parametric function estimation. Spatial statistics. Experimental design for nonlinear models. Applications in proteomics, bioinformatics, astro-statistics, air pollution and health effects, and environmental sciences.
Research Professor of Statistical Science
Bayesian statistical modeling with application to problems in genetic epidemiology and cancer research; models for epidemiological risk assessment, including hierarchical methods for combining related epidemiological studies; ascertainment corrections for high risk family data; analysis of high-throughput genomic data sets.
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