NCI Rising Scholars: Cancer Research Seminar Series (Registration)

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OMB No.: 0925-0740
Expiration Date: 9/30/2025

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"Psychosocial determinants of colorectal Cancer screening uptake among African-American men: understanding the role of masculine role norms, medical mistrust, and normative support"
Dr. Charles R. Rogers
"Qualitative analysis of shared decision-making for chemoprevention in the primary care setting: provider-related barriers"
Dr. Tarsha Jones
"Lung cancer screening use and implications of varying eligibility criteria by race and ethnicity: 2019 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System data"
Dr. Randi Williams
"Direct epitranscriptomic regulation of mammalian translation initiation through N4-acetylcytidine"
Dr. Daniel Arango
"Enduring Cancer Disparities by Persistent Poverty, Rurality, and Race: 1990-1992 to 2014-2018"
Dr. Jennifer Moss
"Are beliefs about the importance of genetics for cancer prevention and early detection associated with high risk cancer genetic testing in the U.S. Population?"
Dr. Sukh Makhnoon
“Immune cell gene expression signatures in diffuse glioma are associated with IDH mutation status, patient outcome and malignant cell state, and highlight the importance of specific cell subsets in glioma biology”
Dr. Bharati Mehani
“Distinct MUNC lncRNA structural domains regulate transcription of different promyogenic factors"
Dr. Roza Przanowska
“Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycans Are De Facto Cellular Receptors for Human Papillomavirus 16 under High Serum Conditions"
Dr. Nathan Fons
"Altered propionate metabolism contributes to tumour progression and aggressiveness"
Dr. Ana Gomes
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