Anne Reiner, MPH

Research Biostatistician II
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Current Research

Ms. Reiner's research is in both epidemiologic and clinical studies. She is involved with two epidemiologic studies: the Women's Environmental Cancer and Radiation Epidemiology (WECARE) study and the Genes, Environment, and Melanoma (GEM) study. These studies have unique designs. In WECARE, controls are those with unilateral breast cancer and cases are those with asynchronous bilateral breast cancer. In GEM, controls are subjects with a primary melanoma diagnosis and cases are those with multiple primary melanoma diagnoses.

Ms. Reiner collaborates with other investigators in the department on clinical studies within the breast and brain services. Ms. Reiner also works with Elyn Riedel to design and maintain the randomized protocols within the hospital.

Publications by Anne Reiner

Reiner AS, Jacks LM, Van Zee KJ, Panageas KS. A SEER-Medicare population-based study of lymphedema-related claims incidence following breast cancer in men. Breast Cancer Res Treat 2011;130(1):301-6. [PubMed Abstract]

Kuligina E, Reiner AS, Imyanitov EN, Begg CB. Evaluating cancer epidemiologic risk factors using multiple primary malignancies. Epidemiology 2010;21(3):373-5. [PubMed Abstract]

Iwamoto FM, Reiner AS, Nayak L, Panageas KS, Elkin EB, Abrey LE. Prognosis and patterns of care in elderly glioma patients. Cancer 2009;115(23):5534-40. [PubMed Abstract]

Anderson WF, Reiner AS, Matsuno RK, Pfeiffer RM. Shifting breast cancer trends in the United States. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2007; 25(25):3923-9. [PubMed Abstract]