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Mine S. Cicek, Ph.D., is a molecular cancer genetic epidemiologist. For more than a decade, her research has focused on cancer susceptibility genes for prostate, colon and ovarian cancers.
Dr. Cicek is the director of the Biospecimens Accessioning and Processing (BAP) core laboratory on the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester, Minnesota. She contributes her expertise to research studies and clinical trials overseeing biospecimen collections, processing and storage. She continuously brings new knowledge and technology to her lab to improve best practices for biospecimens usage.
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