Emma Allott
    Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 2054

    For media contact email comms.office@qub.ac.uk
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    Research Interests

    Dr Emma Allott's research integrates epidemiologic methods and design with molecular tumour profiling to identify mechanisms linking dietary and lifestyle factors with cancer risk and progression. She directs omics and immunohistochemistry analyses of archival tissue specimens to generate molecular epidemiology resources, and leads a research program focused on the role of statin use, high serum cholesterol and dysregulated tumour lipid metabolism in prostate cancer progression. In addition, she collaborates with a number of existing studies, both in the US and Ireland, integrating immunohistochemistry and genome wide expression profiling with clinical and epidemiologic data in large cohorts of breast and prostate cancer.

    Willingness to take PhD students


    PhD projects

    Obesity, metabolic health and prostate cancer

    Frequent Journals

    • Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention

      ISSNs: 1055-9965

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1538-7755

      American Association for Cancer Research Inc.

      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 3.311 SNIP 1.515


    • Prostate cancer and prostatic diseases

      ISSNs: 1365-7852

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1476-5608

      Nature Publishing Group

      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 2.2 SNIP 1.142


    • European Urology

      ISSNs: 0302-2838

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1421-993X


      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 9.301 SNIP 5.384


    • Prostate

      ISSNs: 0270-4137

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1097-0045

      Wiley-Liss Inc.

      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 1.323 SNIP 0.827


    • Cancer prevention research (Philadelphia, Pa.)

      ISSNs: 1940-6215

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1940-6215

      American Association for Cancer Research Inc.

      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 1.663 SNIP 0.857


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