EGRP News Flash - March 30, 2012

EGRP Blog Post on Leveraging Biospecimen Resources for Cancer Research

Earlier this month, the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP) introduced its Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog. The purpose of the blog is to foster a dialogue between EGRP staff, extramural researchers, and other individuals, such as clinicians and community partners, who are interested in cancer epidemiology and genomics.

EGRP recently published its second blog post, written by EGRP's Leah Mechanic, Ph.D., M.P.H., Program Director, Host Susceptibility Factors Branch and Sheri Schully, Ph.D., Knowledge Integration Team Lead, Office of the Associate Director titled "Leveraging Existing Biospecimen Resources to Advance Cancer Epidemiology Research."

EGRP encourages blog readers to submit questions and comments about posts to create and sustain an ongoing dialogue. Readers may also subscribe to an RSS feed to receive notifications of new posts and comments.

View a compiled list of biospecimen resources that may be of interest to cancer epidemiologists.

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