Home English Advanced adenomas among first-degree relatives of Early-Age Onset Colorectal Cancer patients Advanced adenomas among first-degree relatives of Early-Age Onset Colorectal Cancer patients Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Twitter Copy this URL Share via Email Fight CRC has funded Dr. Christine Molmenti from Northwell Health and Dr. Heather Hampel from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center to research the feasibility of determining advanced adenoma(s) history among first degree relatives of early-onset colorectal cancer patients. In this webinar, Dr. Molmenti and Andrea (Andi) Dwyer from Fight CRC and University of Colorado, will explain why the research is important, how Fight CRC is involved, and how the results could have clinical implications. May 2021 UPDATE Heather and Christine joined us to discuss the progress they've made on this research project. listen to the recording Use password ?vn7P9Y= to listen. Watch the Webinar View the Slides Nov. Webinar - Research Update: advanced adenomas among first degree relatives of Early Age onset CRC patients from Fight Colorectal Cancer About the Presenters Christine Molmenti, MPH, PhD Christine L. Sardo Molmenti, PhD, MPHis an Assistant Professor and Epidemiology Researcher,Department of Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology, and Prevention, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Andrea Dwyer Andrea (Andi) is a public health practitioner from the University of Colorado Cancer Center and Colorado School of Public Health. She joined Fight Colorectal Cancer in 2014 to develop a health education program that provides relevant and timely information to survivors, caregivers and families looking for reliable resources to guide them through a colorectal cancer diagnosis.