Matthew B. Schabath, PhD
Assistant Member
Cancer Prevention and Control
Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive, MRC-CANCONT
Tampa, Fl 33612-9416

P: (813) 745-4150
F: (813) 745-6525
Matthew.Schabath@Moffitt.org
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Adjunct Assistant Proffesor
College of Public Health
University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl

Discipline: Epidemiology

Specializations: Molecular Epidemiology,
   Cancer Epidemiology, Nutritional
   Epidemiology

Research Interests: Lung Cancer, Genetics
   of Cancer Survival and Clinical Outcomes,
   Pharmacogenetics, Gene-Environmental
   Interactions, Prognostic Modeling,
   Translational Epidemiology, Infection and
   Cancer
Welcome

Dr. Schabath is a lung cancer epidemiologist who is interested in translational and integrative epidemiology research to identify genetic markers that are associated treatment-response and lung cancer survival.

The overachieving goal of this research is to use individualized gene-based medicine - also known as "personalized medicine" - as a tool for physicians to predict which treatment options will work best for each lung cancer patient based on their genetic footprint.












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