Natalie Dupre

Doctoral Candidate, Harvard School of Public Health


Since I began working as a research assistant in 2010, I have worked on various projects in the HPFS and PHS cohorts related to prostate cancer incidence and survival and the relation with exposures such as the Mediterranean diet, selenium supplementation, physical activity, telomere
length, and protein expression. I have also managed prostate tissue collection, facilitated pathology-epidemiology collaborations, and maintained databases on protein expression biomarkers in prostate paraffin-fixed tissue. I recently received a SM in the epidemiology department at HSPH where I focused on epidemiological methods to address molecular in cancer to better understand the etiology and progression of cancer and to address modifiable risk factors that may play role in cancer prevention or progression.