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Jaim Sutton, BSc (Hons), MSc

PhD Student

Centre for Cancer Prevention

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Jaim Suttons’ current research interests are focused on colorectal cancer and the identification of molecular biomarkers within high risk adenomas for risk prediction and prevention and the development of a risk prediction model.  Other research encompasses analysis and review of GP PSA testing knowledge for prostate cancer and early diagnosis in colorectal and ovarian cancer.

Jaim has over ten years’ experience carrying out epidemiological and genetic research within numerous national and international research projects.  She has a Master of Science in Epidemiology, which includes a thesis looking at the effects of genetic variants on alcohol consumption and blood pressure, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, as well as a Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Cellular and Molecular Biology, which includes a thesis looking at genetic variations within the Y chromosome in infertile and fertile men, from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.


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