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Joseph J. Guido, M.S.

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Office: (585) 273-2360

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Biography

Research

Joseph received an MS degree from the University of Rochester and is currently a Senior Research Associate at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the Department of Surgery - Cancer Control Program.

Primarily provides direct biostatistical analysis support, statistical programming for research studies supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Oncology Program (NCORP) in the Department of Surgery - Cancer Control Division.

He taught graduate courses in Applied Statistics using The SAS® System from 1999-2011 in the Public Health Program at the School of Medicine and Dentistry. He served as Chair of the Genesee Valley SAS Users Group (GVSUG) from 2007-2011, 2014-2015 and is currently on the GVSUG executive board. He is a member of the American Statistical Association (ASA) and the local Rochester, NY chapter.

Credentials

Education

1975
BA | University of Rochester
Biology

1981
MS | University of Rochester
Toxicology / Epidemiology

Awards

1986 - 2011
University of Rochester 25 Year Service Award

Publications

Journal Articles

9/1/2018
Flannery M, Stein KF, Dougherty DW, Mohile S, Guido J, Wells N. "Nurse-Delivered Symptom Assessment for Individuals With Advanced Lung Cancer." Oncology nursing forum.. 2018 Sep 1; 45(5):619-630.

8/2018
Palesh O, Scheiber C, Kesler S, Janelsins MC, Guido JJ, Heckler C, Cases MG, Miller J, Chrysson NG, Mustian KM. "Feasibility and acceptability of brief behavioral therapy for cancer-related insomnia: effects on insomnia and circadian rhythm during chemotherapy: a phase II randomised multicentre controlled trial." British journal of cancer.. 2018 Aug 0; 119(3):274-281. Epub 2018 Jul 20.

5/2018
Ryan Wolf J, Heckler CE, Guido JJ, Peoples AR, Gewandter JS, Ling M, Vinciguerra VP, Anderson T, Evans L, Wade J, Pentland AP, Morrow GR. "Oral curcumin for radiation dermatitis: a URCC NCORP study of 686 breast cancer patients." Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer.. 2018 May 0; 26(5):1543-1552. Epub 2017 Dec 01.

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