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Clinical Cancer Epidemiology

Professor Amy Berrington’s team is investigating the late-effects of cancer treatments, medical radiation exposures and other medications to improve outcomes for patients.

 

Group leader

Professor Amy Berrington

Professor Amy Berrington

Professor Amy Berrington is an expert in the use of real world data to study the late-effects of cancer treatments, medical radiation exposures and other medications and is leading major studies in this field in breast and childhood cancer survivors. She is a member of multiple national and international advisory boards and is currently Vice-Chair of the US National Academy of Science Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board.

Group members

Dr Michael Jones

Dr Michael Jones is a senior staff scientist in the Division of Genetics and Epidemiology, where he is working on the Breast Cancer Now Generations Study. His main research interests are in the design and analysis of complex large epidemiological studies.

Martina Brayley
Epidemiology Research Fellow T +44 20 3437 3513
Reuben Frost
Epidemiology Research Assistant T +44 20 3437 6232
Dr Aislinn Macklin-Doherty
Honorary Appointment
Garazi Ruiz De Azua
Epidimeology Research Fellow T +44 20 3437 6180
Imogen Sawyer
Epidemiology Research Assistant T +44 20 3437 6226
Dawn Thomas
Senior Team Administrator / Study Coordinating Manager T +44 20 8722 4477
Jacqueline Wybrow-Smith
Senior Research Operations T +44 20 3437 6943