Faculty

Parveen Bhatti

Affiliate Associate Professor, Epidemiology


pbhatti@fhcrc.org

Education

PhD Environmental Health, University of Washington, 2006
MSc Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, University of British Columbia (Canada), 2000
BSc University of British Columbia (Canada), 1998

Contact


pbhatti@fhcrc.org

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Box 358080
Program in Epidemiology, Div. of Public Health Sciences
WA

Research Interests

The bulk of my epidemiologic research has focused on genetic susceptibility to cancer following low dose exposure to occupational or medical ionizing radiation. More recently, I've developed an interest in epigenetic mechanisms, particularly DNA methylation, as markers of susceptibility to cancer and the modulation of these markers by various environmental exposures. In addition to ionizing radiation, exposures of interest include air pollution, persistent organic pollutants and shift work.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Investigating the relationship between melatonin patterns and methylation in circadian genes among day shift and night shift workers.
(2022 May 2)
Occup Environ Med
Ritonja JA, Aronson KJ, Leung M, Flaten L, Topouza DG, Duan QL, Durocher F, Tranmer JE, Bhatti P

Gaseous air pollutants and DNA methylation in a methylome-wide association study of an ethnically and environmentally diverse population of U.S. adults.
(2022 Apr 30)
Environ Res 212(Pt C): 113360
Holliday KM, Gondalia R, Baldassari A, Justice AE, Stewart JD, Liao D, Yanosky JD, Jordahl KM, Bhatti P, Assimes TL, Pankow JS, Guan W, Fornage M, Bressler J, North KE, Conneely KN, Li Y, Hou L, Vokonas PS, Ward-Caviness CK, Wilson R, Wolf K, Waldenberger M, Cyrys J, Peters A, Boezen HM, Vonk JM, Sayols-Baixeras S, Lee M, Baccarelli AA, Whitsel EA

Trimester-specific prenatal heavy metal exposures and sex-specific postpartum size and growth.
(2022 Apr 30)
J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol
Yao L, Liu L, Dong M, Yang J, Zhao Z, Chen J, Lv L, Wu Z, Wang J, Sun X, Self S, Bhatti P

Correction to: Lifestyle factors and lung cancer risk among never smokers in the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow's Health (CanPath).
(2022 Jun)
Cancer Causes Control 33(6): 919
Murphy RA, Darvishian M, Qi J, Chen Y, Chu Q, Vena J, Dummer TJB, Le N, Sweeney E, DeClercq V, Grandy SA, Keats MR, Cui Y, Awadalla P, Brenner DR, Bhatti P

Anti-hypertensive medications and risk of colorectal cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
(2022 Jun)
Cancer Causes Control 33(6): 801-812
Qi J, An R, Bhatti P, Spinelli JJ, Murphy RA

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