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John D. Groopman

GroopmanJohnJOHN D. GROOPMAN, the Edyth H. Schoenrich Professor in Preventive Medicine, is internationally recognized for his work in developing novel strategies for assessing human exposures to naturally occurring chemical carcinogens. His primary research is in human liver cancer, the third leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. A member of the faculty since 1989, Dr. Groopman sits on national and international committees, is the author of numerous publications, and has served as an associate editor of the Journal of Cancer Epidemiology as well as Biomarkers and Prevention.