|Grant Number:||5R01CA134958-02 Interpret this number|
|Primary Investigator:||Devivo, Immaculata|
|Organization:||Brigham And Women'S Hospital|
|Project Title:||Genome-Wide Association Study of Endometrial Cancer|
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): We propose to conduct a genome-wide association study to identify loci involved in endometrial cancer causation. We plan to utilize studies with available biospecimens, 6 cohorts from the NCI Cohort Consortium and 7 case-control studies, within the NCI Epidemiology of Endometrial Cancer Consortium, by far the largest international collaborative study of this cancer, the 4th most common in the U.S. Given the large sample size of the combined studies of whites and nonwhites, the best scientific approach to study the role of genetic variants is to pool existing studies of endometrial cancer. To this end we are proposing to conduct the initial genome- wide scan in 2,307 white cases of European descent and 2,307 matched controls using the Illumina HumanHap 610K platform. After the initial scan, we plan to genotype approximately 7,000 markers showing the strongest evidence for association with risk of endometrial cancer in a multiethnic replication sample of 3,258 cases and 3,258 matched controls. The large overall sample size and the large number of markers to be genotyped in the replication samples ensures that we will have very good power to detect the modest marginal genetic effects expected for complex diseases. We will have over 80 percent power in whites (at the genome-wide significance level of 1W10-7) to detect multiplicative odds ratios between 1.19 and 1.30 for risk allele frequencies between 10 percent and 40 percent. In the third characterization stage, we will genotype approximately 60 SNPs in those regions that achieve genome-wide significance in an additional multiethnic sample of 874 cases and 874 controls. Our sample size will also give us the unique opportunity to evaluate effect modification by known risk factors (e.g. body mass index, postmenopausal hormone use, oral contraceptive use) and assess heterogeneity in risk across ethnicity. PUBLIC HEALTH RELEVANCE: Project Narrative Endometrial cancer, the most common gynecological malignancy in the United States, has both an environmental and genetic component. To this end, we propose to conduct a genome-wide association study to identify genes involved in endometrial cancer. We plan to utilize existing studies; they include 6 cohort and 7 case control with a total sample size of 6,439 cases and 6,439 matched controls through 2007. The overall goal is to determine whether certain genotypes are predictive of future endometrial cancer risk, and whether the genotypes interact with established endometrial risk factors.
Exome-wide association study of endometrial cancer in a multiethnic population.
Authors: Chen MM, Crous-Bou M, Setiawan VW, Prescott J, Olson SH, Wentzensen N, Black A, Brinton L, Chen C, Chen C, Cook LS, Doherty J, Friedenreich CM, Hankinson SE, Hartge P, Henderson BE, Hunter DJ, Le Marchand L, Liang X, Lissowska J, Lu L, Orlow I, Petruzella S, Polidoro S, Pooler L, Rebbeck TR, Risch H, Sacerdote C, Schumacher F, Sheng X, Shu XO, Weiss NS, Xia L, Van Den Berg D, Yang HP, Yu H, Chanock S, Haiman C, Kraft P, De Vivo I
Source: PLoS One, 2014;9(5), p. e97045.
EPub date: 2014 May 8.
Fried food consumption, genetic risk, and body mass index: gene-diet interaction analysis in three US cohort studies.
Authors: Qi Q, Chu AY, Kang JH, Huang J, Rose LM, Jensen MK, Liang L, Curhan GC, Pasquale LR, Wiggs JL, De Vivo I, Chan AT, Choi HK, Tamimi RM, Ridker PM, Hunter DJ, Willett WC, Rimm EB, Chasman DI, Hu FB, Qi L
Source: BMJ, 2014 Mar 19;348, p. g1610.
EPub date: 2014 Mar 19.
Gene × physical activity interactions in obesity: combined analysis of 111,421 individuals of European ancestry.
Authors: Ahmad S, Rukh G, Varga TV, Ali A, Kurbasic A, Shungin D, Ericson U, Koivula RW, Chu AY, Rose LM, Ganna A, Qi Q, Stan?áková A, Sandholt CH, Elks CE, Curhan G, Jensen MK, Tamimi RM, Allin KH, Jřrgensen T, Brage S, Langenberg C, Aadahl M, Grarup N, Linneberg A, Paré G, InterAct Consortium, DIRECT Consortium, Magnusson PK, Pedersen NL, Boehnke M, Hamsten A, Mohlke KL, Pasquale LT, Pedersen O, Scott RA, Ridker PM, Ingelsson E, Laakso M, Hansen T, Qi L, Wareham NJ, Chasman DI, Hallmans G, Hu FB, Renström F, Orho-Melander M, Franks PW
Source: PLoS Genet, 2013;9(7), p. e1003607.
EPub date: 2013 Jul 25.
Genetic predisposition to higher body mass index or type 2 diabetes and leukocyte telomere length in the Nurses' Health Study.
Authors: Du M, Prescott J, Cornelis MC, Hankinson SE, Giovannucci E, Kraft P, De Vivo I
Source: PLoS One, 2013;8(2), p. e52240.
EPub date: 2013 Feb 12.
Epidemiologic evidence for a role of telomere dysfunction in cancer etiology.
Authors: Prescott J, Wentzensen IM, Savage SA, De Vivo I
Source: Mutat Res, 2012 Feb 1;730(1-2), p. 75-84.
EPub date: 2011 Jul 2.
The obesity-associated polymorphisms FTO rs9939609 and MC4R rs17782313 and endometrial cancer risk in non-Hispanic white women.
Authors: Lurie G, Gaudet MM, Spurdle AB, Carney ME, Wilkens LR, Yang HP, Weiss NS, Webb PM, Thompson PJ, Terada K, Setiawan VW, Rebbeck TR, Prescott J, Orlow I, O'Mara T, Olson SH, Narod SA, Matsuno RK, Lissowska J, Liang X, Levine DA, Le Marchand L, Kolonel LN, Henderson BE, Garcia-Closas M, Doherty JA, De Vivo I, Chen C, Brinton LA, Akbari MR, Australian National Endometrial Cancer Study Group, Epidemiology of Endometrial Cancer Consortium (E2C2), Goodman MT
Source: PLoS One, 2011 Feb 8;6(2), p. e16756.
EPub date: 2011 Feb 8.