Anglesio Prize 2021 Virtual Finalists

NameFamily NameInstituteDissertation
JoyceMeijerNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL)Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on colorectal cancer care in the Netherlands: a population-based study
Anouk HenricaEijkelboomNetherlands comprehensive cancer organisation (IKNL)Impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the treatment strategy of Dutch breast cancer patients
Marissa Corinevan MaarenNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL)Socioeconomic inequalities in young breast cancer patients: jointly modelling recurrences and mortality using registry data
FedericaZamagniIRCCS Istituto Romagnolo per lo Studio dei Tumori (IRST)Decreasing thickness and enhanced therapy have both contributed to the 2010s increase in survival from melanoma in Italy
MariekePapeNetherlands comprehensive cancer organisation (IKNL)Treatment patterns and outcomes of recurrent esophageal or gastroesophageal junctional cancer: a population-based study
Wen-QiangHeUniversity of New South Wales – School of Population HealthRecent Global Burden of Cervical Cancer Incidence and Mortality, Predictors, and Temporal Trends
Sneha MaryGeorgeRegional Cancer Center, Trivandrum ,Kerala – Division of Cancer EpidemiologyReducing Confounding Effect for Breast Cancer Risk Estimation: Covariate Adjustment vs. Propensity Score Methods
AlessandraMacciottaUniversity of Turin – Department of Clinical and Biological SciencesInvestigating the mediation role of lifestyle behaviours in the association between education and cancer risk: results from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition
Luis GabrielParra LaraUniversidad Icesi – Facultad de Ciencias de la SaludFactors associated with the survival of patients with cancer and HIV in Cali, Colombia
JonathanSimkinBC Cancer, Provincial Health Services Authority – British Columbia Cancer RegistrySmall area disease mapping of cancer incidence in British Columbia using Bayesian spatial models and R-INLA.
MeshackMwantakeKCMUCoFactors associated with the survival of patients with cancer and HIV in Cali, Colombia
Lisavan HoogstratenNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL, Integraal Kankercentrum Nederland)The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bladder cancer care in The Netherlands
AndreaGiniInternational Agency for Research on Cancer – Cancer Surveillance BranchEstimating prevalence of childhood cancer: a modelling approach based on aggregated data
Sathish kumarKrishnanNational Centre for Disease Informatics and Research – ScientificPopulation based cancer survival pattern in India. Early results from National Cancer Registry Programme
NikaBricInstitute of Oncology Ljubljana – Epidemiology and Cancer RegistryonKOvid: A platform summarizing the impact of COVID-19 on cancer burden and care in Slovenia
GiuliaCapitoliUniversity of Milano – Bicocca – School of Medicine and Surgery, Bicocca Bioinformatics Biostatistics and Bioimaging Centre – B4Minimal Residual Disease as surrogate endpoint for Event Free Survival in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: development of copula model for the validation of non standard distributions
Nelson AlejandroPortilla HerreraUniversidad del Valle – Registro Poblacional de Cancer de CaliMachine Learning model for information extraction from pathology reports written in Spanish in a Population-based Cancer Registry in a Low-to Middle-Income Country
RymMallekhNational Institute of Health – National Institute of HealthBurden of cancer attributable to excess body weight in Tunisia in 2019
SamanthaMoraisEPIUnita’ Instituto de Saúde Pública da Universidade do PortoRisk and survival of third primary cancers in a population-based cohort of breast cancer patients
HyemKhiariSalah Azaiez Institute of cancer TunisPlace of the Human papillomavirus (HPV)  vaccination in prevention strategies of Cervical cancer in Tunisia

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