of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Oxford (1982-1984)Postdoctoral Research Associate, Nuffield Dept.
Donna Shrier, MA, is an assistant professor of practice in the Curriculum and Instruction Department.
The group works closely with respiratory physicians and colleagues within the centre, with other academic centres and industry in the UK, Europe and the USA.
Current research projects in her laboratory are supported by the MRC, NC3Rs, EPSRC, TSB, Asthma UK and the Roger Brooke Charitable Trust.
Donna Ankerst performs statistical research in the life sciences, with a focus on clinical risk prediction tools based on multi-center clinical trials, observational studies and electronic health records.
She created the most validated and internationally accessed online prostate cancer risk calculator and is currently developing deep learning algorithms for three-dimensional mammograms in collaboration with the TUM Rechts der Isar hospital. Abstract Thompson IM, Leach RJ, Ankerst DP: "Focusing PSA testing on detection of high-risk prostate cancers by incorporating patient preferences into decision making".
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She works on models for climate change impacts on forest and health outcomes in Bavaria in cooperation with the TUM School of Life Sciences. Abstract Grill S, Fallah M, Leach RJ, Thompson IM, Hemminki K, Ankerst DP: "A simple-to-use method incorporating genomic markers into prostate cancer risk prediction tools facilitated future validation".
After studying mathematics at the University of Texas (UT), Austin, and completing a doctorate in statistics at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Donna Ankerst worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University, Boston, and subsequently, at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle. Abstract Strobl AN, Vickers AJ, van Calster B, Steyerberg E, Leach RJ, Thompson IM, Ankerst DP: "Improving patient prostate cancer risk assessment: moving from static, globally-applied to dynamic, practice-specific cancer risk calculators".