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Quyen T. Duong, Ph.D., joined Mayo Clinic as a faculty in the Cancer Center Statistics Unit after completing her doctoral degree in 2019. Dr. Duong's research interests are in designing and analyzing clinical trials in cancer. As a lead faculty biostatistician for the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology, she designs and conducts multiple clinical trials in the Cancer in the Older Adult Committee and the Symptom Intervention Committee.
Dr. Duong's work supports cancer clinical research within community settings and aims to improve the understanding of cancer in older adults and cancer prevention.
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