Dean E Brenner
Moshe Talpaz M.D. Professor of Translational Oncology
Professor of Internal Medicine
Professor of Pharmacology
Internal Medicine
2150 Cancer Center, 1500 E Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 4810-5930
[email protected]

Available to mentor

Dean E Brenner
  • Qualifications
  • Center Memberships
  • Recent Publications
  • Qualifications
    • Fellow
      National Cancer Institute, Baltimore Cancer Research Center, 1980
    • Resident
      Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, Internal Medicine, 1977
    • Intern
      Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, Medicine, 1975
    Center Memberships
    • Center Member
      Rogel Cancer Center
    Recent Publications See All Publications
    • Presentation
      Overview of cancer chemoprevention trials
      Brenner DE. 2023 Oct 9;
    • Presentation
      Stemness as as a Target Biomarker for Clinical Cancer Prevention
      Brenner DE. 2023 Oct 8;
    • Presentation
      Chemoprevention of colon cancer
      Brenner DE. 2023 Sep 19;
    • Presentation
      Translational strategies for the development of natural products as cancer risk reductive interventions (chemoprevention)
      Brenner DE. 2023 Aug 5;
    • Journal Article
      Abstract 3354: Isolation and characterization of circulating tumor cells from ductal carcinoma in situ patients using label free technology
      Rupp B, Thanasiu B, Nagpal N, Hong Y, Brenner DE, Tuck K, Herman K, Behbod F, Colacino J, Wicha M, Nagrath S. Cancer Research, 2023 Apr 4; 83 (7_Supplement): 3354 - 3354. DOI:10.1158/1538-7445.am2023-3354
    • Journal Article
      Low Prevalence of Screen-Detected Colorectal Cancer in an Average-Risk Population: The New Normal.
      Shaukat A, Marsh TL, Crockett SD, Syngal S, Bresalier RS, Brenner DE. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol, 2022 Nov; 20 (11): 2650 - 2652.e1. DOI:10.1016/j.cgh.2021.09.013
      PMID: 34547437
    • Journal Article
      Changes in Serum, Red Blood Cell, and Colonic Fatty Acids in a Personalized Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation Trial.
      Shen Y, Sen A, Turgeon DK, Ren J, Graifman G, Ruffin MT, Smith WL, Brenner DE, Djuric Z. Nutr Cancer, 2022 74 (2): 565 - 578. DOI:10.1080/01635581.2021.1903950
      PMID: 33757398
    • Preprint
      Increased <i>Akkermansia</i> abundance is associated with increased colonic mucosal ω-3 fatty acids and decreased colonic mucosal PGE<sub>2</sub> concentrations following healthy dietary pattern interventions
      Rifkin SB, Sen A, Turgeon DK, Chan R, Ruffin MT, Brenner DE, Schloss PD, Djuric Z. 2021 medRxiv, DOI:10.1101/2021.10.11.21264748