Dr Emma Allott is a molecular cancer epidemiologist whose research integrates epidemiologic methods and design with molecular tumour profiling to identify mechanisms linking dietary and lifestyle factors with cancer risk and progression.
She directs -omics and immunohistochemistry analyses of archival tissue specimens to generate molecular epidemiology resources, and leads a research program focused on the role of statin use, high serum cholesterol and dysregulated tumour lipid metabolism in prostate cancer progression.Find out more
Dr Allott is open to inquiries regarding PhD research opportunities that integrate molecular and epidemiological data from populations to understand mechanisms linking modifiable lifestyle factors with breast and prostate cancer.
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