Epidemiology Conference Presentations 2000-09

  1. English DR. Insulin like growth factor 1 steroid sex hormones & risk of colorectal cancer in postmenopausal women: a case-cohort study. 37th Annual SER Meeting; 15-18 June 2004, Salt Lake City, USA.
  2. English DR. Food and cancer: The Australian perspective: data from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study (invited). Eat & Run: The First Australasian Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Conference; 24-26 June 2002, Sydney.
  3. English DR. Kidskin: An intervention to reduce sun exposure in children in Perth, Australia (invited). Fifth International Conference on Melanoma; 28 February - 3 March 2001, Venice, Italy.
  4. English DR. Prostate cancer, acne and male pattern baldness: an Australian case-control study. American Society of Preventive Oncology (25th annual meeting); 11-13 March 2001, New York, USA.
  5. English DR. Kidskin: an intervention to reduce sun exposure in children in Perth, Australia. American Society of Preventive Oncology (25th annual meeting); 11-13 March 2001, New York, USA.
  6. English DR. Alcohol consumption and the risk of some common chronic diseases in the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study (invited). 32nd International Medical Advisory Group Conference; 17-20 October 2004, Canberra.
  7. English DR. Recent trends in the epidemiology of melanoma in Australia (invited). Royal Australian College of Dermatologists annual scientific meeting; June 2002, Melbourne.
  8. English DR. Diet and cancer (invited). QCF Forum; 11-12 November 2004, Brisbane, Qld.
  9. English DR, Carlin JB, MacInnis R, Hodge A. Making the most of cohort studies (Thematic Session) (invited). Australasian Epidemiological Association Annual Meeting; 22-23 September 2003, Perth.
  10. English DR, Giles GG. Red meat, chicken and fish consumption & risk of colorectal cancer in the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. AACR International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research; 17 October 2002, Boston.
  11. English DR. Primary prevention of melanoma in Australia. Sixth International Conference on Melanoma. Vancouver, Canada. 6-10 September 2005.
  12. English DR. Sun protection and the development of melanocytic naevi in children. Clinical Oncological Society of Australia. Brisbane. 16-18 November 2005.
  13. English D. Screening for Prostate Cancer. Annual Scientific Meting, Urological Society of Australia & New Zealand. 6-8 November 2009.
  14. English D. Mammographic density and its implications for screening interval. Mortality reduction attributable to screening. Breast imaging Meeting, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology. Port Douglas, QLD 6-10 July 2009.
  15. Farrugia H. Proposed Victorian Cancer Outcome Network. Vic Public Health Research & Education Council. Cancer Council Victoria, 2 November 2005.
  16. Farrugia H. Record Linkage at the Cancer Registry. Vic Public Health Research & Education Council. Cancer Council Victoria, 2 November 2005.
  17. Farrugia H. Getting population based data on stage for service administration and research. National cancer data strategy advisory group meeting. Vibe Hotel, Sydney Stamford Plaza, Sydney Airport. 12 March 2008.
  18. Farrugia H. Sharing a valuable resource - The Victorian Cancer Registry. AEA Annual Scientific Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin. New Zealand. 1 September 2009.
  19. Farrugia H. The Victorian Cancer Registry now supports electronic cancer registration. 25th national conference on health information management association of Australia. Sheraton Hotel, Geelong. 27 July 2005.
  20. Giles GG. Plenary: diet and cancer (invited). 7th Biannual Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference; 25 June 2004, Woollongong.
  21. Giles GG. FAMBIS: an integrated computer system meeting the needs of both central registration and clinical management of families that have an inherited predisposition to cancer. 2-4 June 2004, Madrid, Spain.
  22. Giles GG. Sexual factors and prostate cancer. International Genetic Epidemiology Society; 2 November 2003, Los Angeles, USA.
  23. Giles GG. Chairperson for session on Epidemiology. Inaugural Pacific Rim Breast and Prostate Cancer Meeting; 20-22 November 2003, Victor Harbor, South Australia.
  24. Giles GG. Use them or lose them: cancer registries - opportunities and threats. COSA Annual Scientific Meeting; 28-30 November 2002, Sydney.
  25. Giles GG. A prospective study of the risk of prostate cancer associated with fat free mass measured by bioelectric impedance. 24th Annual Meeting of the International Agency of Cancer Registries; 25-27 June 2002, Tampere, Finland.
  26. Giles GG. Migrants to Australia: their cancer trends and their potential contribution to epidemiological research on cancer (invited). Migration & Cancer Conference Meeting US-Japan cooperative cancer research program; 6-8 November 2002, Gifu, Japan.
  27. Giles GG. The role of epidemiology in the development and evaluation of education programs for the control of melanoma (invited). Fifth International Conference on Melanoma; 28 February - 3 March 2001, Venice, Italy.
  28. Giles GG. Studies of the genetic epidemiology of prostate cancer in Australia (invited). kConFab & ABCFC Conference; 21 July 2001, Cairns.
  29. Giles GG. Practical Issues with Databanks. 5th Annual Cabrini Research Day; 14 November 2001, Cabrini Hospital Auditorium.
  30. Giles GG. Session on Hormones & Cancer (G Giles chaired session). Hormones & Cancer Meeting; 3-7 November 2000, Port Douglas, QLD.
  31. Giles GG. Epidemiology of food and disease: The Melbourne cohort study. (INVITED). International Congress of Clinical Nutrition; 11-13 August 2004, Brisbane.
  32. Giles GG. Diet and cancer- where's the evidence? (INVITED). Behavioural Research in Cancer Control 7th Biennial Conference; 23-25 June 2004, Newcastle, NSW.
  33. Giles GG. Diet and cancer. 1st Pfizer Oncology Forum; 19-21 March 2004, Sydney.
  34. Giles GG. The epidemiology of breast and prostate cancers; how to go forward? (INVITED). Australian Society for Medical Research Annual Scientific Meeting; 24 November 2003, Adelaide.
  35. Giles GG. The current cancer control program in Australia. (INVITED). JCA/UICC joint symposium on cancer control in the Asia Pacific; 25-27 September 2003, Nagoya, Japan.
  36. Giles GG. The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study- an Ageing Australian Cohort. (INVITED). Dynamic Processes in Ageing Symposium; 21-23 September 2003, Canberra.
  37. Giles GG. Body size and composition and colon cancer risk in men. 25th Annual meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries; 16-18 June 2003, Honolulu, USA.
  38. Giles GG. The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. (INVITED). Public Health Research: A Foundation for Victoria's Health.¾ VicHealth Public Health Research Symposium; 26-27 March 2003, Melbourne.
  39. Giles GG. Of those who develop the habit of eating very few ever survive. (INVITED). Australian Nutrition Society Annual Scientific Meeting; 1-4 December 2002, Wollongong, NSW.
  40. Giles GG. The consumption of foods and the risk of colorectal cancer. COSA Annual Scientific Meeting; 28-30 November 2002, Sydney, NSW.
  41. Giles GG. New paradigm to assemble an infrastructure for genetic epidemiology studies: the Breast Cancer Family Register. 24th Annual meeting of the international Association of Cancer Registries; 25-27 June 2002, Tampere, Finland.
  42. Giles GG. Mammographic Screening in Australia: the BreastScreen Program. (INVITED). Global Summit on Breast Cancer Screening; 3-5 June 2002, Milan, Italy,.
  43. Giles GG. The Mediterranean Diet and Cancer.¾ (INVITED). International Olive Oil Council; November 2001, Sydney.
  44. Giles GG. Studies of gene-environment interaction in prostate cancer. (INVITED). First ICRF Prevention and Control Scientific Meeting: The design of case-control studies of gene-environment interaction; 1-2 October 2001, Oxford, UK.
  45. Giles GG. Epidemiology & the relationship between nutrition and cancer. (INVITED). Nutrition and Cancer Prevention in the 21st Century Workshop, The Cancer Council Australia; 5 July 2001, Adelaide.
  46. Giles GG. The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer; 21-24 June 2001, Lyon France.
  47. Giles GG. Epidemiology of Breast And Prostate Cancer. Hormones and Cancer 2000; 3-7 Nov 2000, Port Douglas.
  48. Giles GG, Elwood M. The current cancer control program in Australia. JCA/UICC joint symposium on cancer control in Asia Pacific; 25-27 September 2003, Nagoya, Japan.
  49. Giles GG, English DR. The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. European Conference on Nutrition & Cancer; 21-24 June 2001, Lyon, Italy.
  50. Giles GG, MacInnis R, English DR, Hopper JL, Gertig DM. Body size and composition and colon cancer risk in men. Annual meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries; 16-18 June 2003, Honolulu, USA.
  51. Giles GG. I still haven't found what I'm looking for - making use of Australian data from cancer registries. Second Annual Pfizer Oncology forum, the Westin Hotel, Sydney 24 July 2005.
  52. Giles G. Prostate Cancer. 7th Annual meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries "Cancer in low resource populations". Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel, Entebbe, Uganda. 13th September, 2005.
  53. Giles GG. Prostate cancer: risk factors for the lethal phenotype. 36th International Symposium of the Priincess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund, "Developments in Cancer Epidemiology". Tokyo, Japan. 15 November 2005.
  54. Giles GG. Fruit, vegetables and cancer: making sense of the evidence. Sydney University Nutrition Research Foundation Symposium, Diet and Lifestyle and cancer Symposium. Sydney - Marriott Hotel. 10 May 2006.
  55. Giles GG. Prostate Cancer: Risk factors for the lethal phenotypes. Melbourne University, School of Population Health. 21 June 2006
  56. Giles GG. The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. Genetics for Epidemiologists and Epidemiology for Geneticists. The University of Melbourne. 17 September 2006.
  57. Giles GG. Prostate cancer: risk, genetics, prevention. 3rd Pacific Rim Breast and Prostate Cancer Meeting, Kingfisher Bay resort, Fraser Island Oct 31-4 Nov. 3 November 2006.
  58. Giles GG. Prostate cancer: sex, drugs, rock & roll. Austin Hospital Grand Round. Austin Hospital. December 2006.
  59. Giles GG. Lifestyle and breast cancer: findings from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. Melbourne NBCF Annual breakfast briefing. Park Hyatt Hotel. 28 February 2007.
  60. Giles GG. Ian Prior Oration. AEA Annual Scientific Meeting, Grand Chancellor Hotel, Hobart Tasmania. 28 August 2007.
  61. Giles GG. Does eating red meat increase colorectal cancer? A meeting to critique the World Cancer Research Fund's red meat recommendation. Meat & Livestock. 26 February 2008.
  62. Giles GG. Cancer Data and the cancer registry system in Australia. Cancer Australia National Strategic Forum. Hilton Hotel, Melbourne Airport. 31 March 2008.
  63. Giles GG. The epidemiology of cancer in the elderly in Australia. COSA Geriatric Cancer Forum. Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport. 4 April 2008.
  64. Giles GG. Cancer Demographics and Regional & Rural Cancer Centres. COSA workshop on regional cancer centre. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Canberra. 4 August 2009.
  65. Giles GG. Impact of diet and cancer. Relay for Life annual summit. Bayview on the Park. 14 August 2009.
  66. Giles GG. Lifestyle factors and colorectal cancer - what matters? COSA 36th Annual Scientific Meeting. Gold Coast Convention Centre. 17 November 2009.
  67. Giles GG. The population to form the basis of cancer networks in Australia. COSA 36th Annual Scientific Meeting. Gold Coast Convention Centre. 17 November 2009.
  68. Giles GG. Risk factors for aggressive prostate cancer. Parliamentary Breakfast Meeting. Parliament House, Canberra. 24 November 2009.
  69. Giles GG. What did we learn from the Australian Prostate Cancer Studies? Pacific Rim Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer Conference. Smoke Tree Ranch, Palm Springs, USA. 12 April 2005
  70. Hodge AM. Plasma phospholipid fatty acids and development of diabetes. Australasian Epidemiological Association annual scientific meeting; 11-12 October 2004, Adelaide.
  71. Hodge AM. Increased diabetes incidence in southern european migrants: How much can be explained by known risk factors? Australasian Epidemiological Association annual scientific meeting; 22-23 September 2003, Perth.
  72. Hodge AM. Dietary patterns in Greek and Italian migrants and Australian-born people in Melbourne: The Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. Eat & Run: The First Australasian Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Conference; 24-26 June 2002, Sydney.
  73. Hodge A. Glycaemic index and health. Food Industry. Radisson President Hotel. 12 May 2005.
  74. Hodge A. Nuclear Magnetic resonance spectroscopy - type II diabetes in the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. Australian Epidemiological Association. The University of Melbourne. 19 September 2006.
  75. Kelsall H. The effect of other deployments in assessing the health of Gulf War veterans. Australian Epidemiological Association. The University of Melbourne. 18 September 2006.
  76. Kelsall H. The effect of other deployments in assessing the health of Gulf War veterans. Defence health and AMMA conference. Military Health - The challenges. Brisbane convention and exhibition centre, Brisbane. 20 October 2006.
  77. Kelsall H. Immunisation for defence force protection: current controversies. Defence health and AMMA conference. Military Health - The challenges. Brisbane convention and exhibition centre, Brisbane. 22 October 2006.
  78. MacInnis R. A prospective study of the risk of prostate cancer associated with fat free mass measured by bioelectric impedance. Sixth International Symposium "In Vivo Body Composition Studies"; 3-5 October 2002, Rome, Italy.
  79. MacInnis R, English DR, Gertig DM, Hopper JL, Giles GG. Body size and composition and colon cancer risk in men. Australasian Epidemiological Association Annual Meeting; 22-23 September 2003, Perth.
  80. MacInnis RJ. Body size and composition and risk of postmenopausal breast cancer. Australasian Epidemiological Association annual scientific meeting; 10-12 October 2004, Adelaide.
  81. Minkoff K, McArdle T, Farrugia H. Poster presentation. Familial Cancer 2004: Research and Practice (KCONFAB & AOCS & Family Cancer Clinics of Australia and New Zealand); 18-21 August 2004, Couran Cove, Qld.
  82. Severi G. Prostate cancer model (invited). NCI workshop on risk prediction models; 20-21 May 2004, Washington DC, USA.
  83. Severi G. The epidemiology of cardiovascular disease. Italian Medical Association conference, Melbourne, 4 March 2005.
  84. Severi G. The epidemiology of cancer. Italian Medical Association conference, Melbourne, 5 March 2005.
  85. Severi G. Methodological issues in genetic association studies. International Agency for Research on Cancer. Lyon France, 5 April 2005.
  86. Severi G. Genetic association studies in cancer epidemiology: improving the quality to find true associations and decrease the number of false findings. Melbourne University, Centre for Genetic Epidemiology. 9 June 2005
  87. Severi G. Circulating sex hormones and prostate cancer risk. Seventh annual meeting of the Australian Prostate Cancer Collaboration. Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney. 21-22 September, 2005.
  88. Severi G. The prostate program. The international consortium for prostate cancer genetics meeting (ICPCGS). Snowbird, Salt Lake City, Utah. 10 April 2008.
  89. Severi G. Cohort studies in cancer epidemiology. Specialist certification in clinical research (oncology). University of Melbourne. 6 May 2008.
  90. Severi G. Changing patterns of breast epidemiology. St Vincent's hospital. 31 October 2008.
  91. Severi G. P. Acnes and prostate cancer. International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon France. 8 May 2009.
  92. Severi G. Are androgens carcinogenic for the prostate? The epidemiological perspective. Hormones Prostate cancer symposium. Majestic roof garden hotel, Adelaide. 3 March 2006.
  93. Severi G. Breast cancer trends in Australia. St Vincent's breast cancer update. St Vincent's hospital. 5 February 2007.
  94. Thursfield V. Childhood cancer in Victoria four decades of incidence and survival from the Victorian Cancer registry. AEA Annual Scientific Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin. New Zealand. 1 September 2009. 
Updated: 05 Dec, 2012