International Activity of the Faculty : Denmark

 

Elizabeth Claus

Professor of Public Health (Biostatistics)
Director of Medical Research, School of Public Health
Director of Stereotactic Radiosurgery, Department of Neurosurgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Denmark (2008)

Glioma Research Consortium
Professor Claus is a co-investigator for GLIOGENE, an international, multidisciplinary consortium of glioma researchers. The goal of this consortium is to identify susceptibility genes in high-risk familial brain tumor pedigrees by screening glioma patients within the United States, Europe, and... 
 

Durland Fish

Professor of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases) and of Forestry And Environmental Studies

Copenhagen, Denmark (2011)

Evolutionary Medicine
Program aims to establish the first world-wide research and training program in Evolutionary Medicine and to set the agenda for this rapidly developing field.
 

Alison Galvani

Professor of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases) and of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Copenhagen, Denmark (2011)

Evolutionary Medicine
Program aims to establish the first world-wide research and training program in Evolutionary Medicine and to set the agenda for this rapidly developing field.
 

Daniel Weinberger

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)

Copenhagen, Denmark (2009)

Studies of pneumococcal disease in adults
Working with local investigators to understand patterns of pneumococcal infections in adults
 

Yawei Zhang

Associate Professor of Epidemiology (Environmental Health)

Denmark (2013)

International Lymphoma Epidemiology Consortium (InterLymph)
The goal of the InterLymph is to enhance collaboration among epidemiologists studying lymphoma, provide a forum for the exchange of research ideas, and create a framework for collaborating on analyses that pool data from multiple lymphoma studies. The countries involved include Australia, Canada, ... 
 

Yong Zhu

Associate Professor of Epidemiology (Environmental Health)

Denmark

Circadian disruption, circadian genes and human cancers