Kidney cancer epidemiology from a genomic perspective
Dr Ghislaine Scelo holds a PhD in Public Health, Epidemiology from the University Paris XI. Since 2009, she has been an epidemiologist in the Section of Genetics, Genetic Epidemiology Group, at the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France. Her primary research interests are public health and cancer prevention, using large scale epidemiological and genomic tools. Her main focus is on kidney cancer research, spanning from patient recruitment into international case-control studies to the analysis of genomic data. She took part in the ICGC European kidney cancer project (CAGEKID) and co-leads an international genome-wide association study on kidney cancer.
Scientist IARC Lyon
Scientist Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer Team (N. Andrieu)
Domain 3 - U900 - CBIO - Bioinformatics, Biostatistics Epidemiology and Computational Systems