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Marc D. Ryser, Assistant Professor of Population Health Sciences and Instructor of Mathematics and Assistant Professor and Member of Duke Cancer Institute

Marc D. Ryser



For a detailed description of past and current research projects, please visit

 http://www.math.duke.edu/~ryser


Areas of Expertise: Clinical Decision Sciences and Epidemiology

Contact Info:
Office Location:  299B Physics Bldg, 120 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708
Email Address: send me a message
Web Page:  http://www.math.duke.edu/~ryser/

Teaching (Spring 2019):

  • MATH 89S.01, FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Synopsis
    Physics 227, MW 04:40 PM-05:55 PM
Education:

Ph.D.McGill University (Canada)2011
MS (Physics)EPFL2006
BS (Physics)EPFL2004
Research Interests:

Please visit my personal site for information about me and my research

Keywords:

Bone and Bones • Bone Neoplasms • Bone Resorption • Chemotaxis • Computational Biology • Computer Simulation • Fractures, Bone • Gene Expression Profiling • Homeostasis • Meta-Analysis as Topic • Models, Biological • Osteoblasts • Osteoprotegerin • Parathyroid Hormone-Related Protein • RANK Ligand • Solubility • Time Factors

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Shen, Y; Dong, W; Gulati, R; Ryser, MD; Etzioni, R, Estimating the frequency of indolent breast cancer in screening trials., Statistical Methods in Medical Research, vol. 28 no. 4 (April, 2019), pp. 1261-1271 [doi]  [abs]
  2. Ryser, MD; Gulati, R; Eisenberg, MC; Shen, Y; Hwang, ES; Etzioni, RB, Identification of the Fraction of Indolent Tumors and Associated Overdiagnosis in Breast Cancer Screening Trials., American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 188 no. 1 (January, 2019), pp. 197-205 [doi]  [abs]
  3. Ryser, MD; Yu, M; Grady, W; Siegmund, K; Shibata, D, Epigenetic Heterogeneity in Human Colorectal Tumors Reveals Preferential Conservation And Evidence of Immune Surveillance., Scientific Reports, vol. 8 no. 1 (November, 2018), pp. 17292 [doi]  [abs]
  4. Ryser, MD; Min, B-H; Siegmund, KD; Shibata, D, Spatial mutation patterns as markers of early colorectal tumor cell mobility., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 115 no. 22 (May, 2018), pp. 5774-5779 [doi]  [abs]
  5. Role of Preoperative Variables in Reducing the Rate of Occult Invasive Disease for Women Considering Active Surveillance for Ductal Carcinoma In Situ., Jama Surgery, vol. 153 no. 3 (March, 2018), pp. 290-291 [doi]
Recent Grant Support

  • The Mathematics of Breast Cancer Overtreatment: Improving Treatment Choice through Effective Communication of Personalized Cancer Risk, National Institutes of Health, 2018/09-2021/08.      
  • Molecular and Radiologic Predictors of Invasion in a DCIS Active Surveillance Cohort, Breast Cancer Research Foundation, 2018/10-2019/09.      
  • Mathematical Analysis of Spatial Cancer Models, National Science Foundation, 1614838, 2016/07-2019/06.      
  • The Mathematics of Breast Cancer Overtreatment: Improving Treatment Choice through Effective Communication of Personalized Cancer Risk, National Institutes of Health, 2016/09-2018/08.      

 

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