Natalie DuPré, ScD

Precision Environmental Health and Exposome Research Interest Group Member


Assistant Professor
Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
As a cancer epidemiologist, I investigate the role of environmental factors and their biological mechanisms that influence carcinogenesis and cancer progression in humans by combining expertise across cancer, environmental and molecular epidemiology. My particular research interests are in exposures to ambient pollutants, natural vegetation, radon and environmental chemicals and variation in breast cancer incidence, breast cancer survival, mammographic density, and gene expression

Research Keywords: cancer epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, breast cancer, ambient pollution exposure, natural vegetation, cancer survival, radon exposure, mammographic density, molecular epidemiology

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