Global Cancer Update Programme Expert Committees

Who make up the various Expert Committees, as part of the Global Cancer Update Programme, and what do they do?

As part of the updated Global Cancer Update Programme, we have identified four key areas of research focus. Each of these areas has its own Expert Committee, that will work alongside their Chair to guide and support each work area.

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> Expert Committee on Cancer Incidence

> Expert Committee on Cancer Survivors

> Cancer Mechanisms Expert Committee

> Obesity Expert Committee

> CUP Global Collaborators

Expert Committee on Cancer Incidence

Reviewing both diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer incidence will continue to be a core element of the work.

> Chair of the Expert Committee on Cancer Incidence: Professor Monica Baskin

Expert Committee on Cancer Survivorship

We want to focus on the impact of diet, nutrition and physical activity on long-term health after a cancer diagnosis.

> Chair of the Expert Committee on Cancer Survivorship: Dr Ellen Copson

Cancer Mechanisms Expert Committee

We aim to develop a clearer understanding of the biological processes that underpin associations between diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer.

> Chair of the Cancer Mechanisms Expert Committee: Professor Sarah Lewis

Obesity Expert Committee

This work aims to ensure that our Cancer Prevention Recommendations relating to obesity remain up to date, with the potential to develop more specific recommendations.

> Chair of the Obesity Expert Committee: Professor Jaap Seidell

CUP Global Collaborators

Dr Marc GunterDr Marc Gunter

International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), FR

Mechanisms Collaboration

 

 

Dr Trudy VoortmanDr Trudy Voortman

Wageningen University, NL

Lifecourse Collaboration

 

 

Researcher: Edward GiovannucciProfessor Ed Giovanucci

Harvard University, US

Dietary and Lifestyle Patterns Collaboration

 

 

Dr Paul ErolaDr Paul Erola

University of Bristol, UK

Automation Collaboration