Michael Passarelli

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

University of Washington, PhD 2014
University of Michigan, MPH 2009
University of Rochester, MS 2005
Bucknell University, BS 2003

 

Professional Interests: Dr. Passarelli studies genetic and environmental risk factors for hormone-related cancers, including malignancies of the breast, prostate, and colon. He is interested in biomarkers to improve cancer screening and surveillance. His current research focuses on the metabolism of steroids including sex hormones, cholesterol, and bile acids in relation to the development and recurrence of colorectal polyps and cancers.

Websites & Affiliations
Norris Cotton Cancer Epidemiology Program

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