Dr Miranda Pring

BSC (Hons), BDS, MFDS RCPS, PhD, FRCPath

  • BS1 2LY

19992020

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Personal profile

Research interests

My general research interests are in the pathogenesis of Head and Neck squamous cell carcinoma, the identification of potential biomarkers and biobanking.  I am a member of the Head and Neck 5000 planning group and assist in coordinating the collection and transfer of biological samples and linked pathological data from participating units across the UK.  I currently contribute to several externally funded multi-centre studies.  These aim to determine the incidence of oncogenic HPV infection in patients diagnosed with oropharyngeal carcinoma in the UK and to seek potential biomarker combinations that may predict treatment outcome.

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Projects

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Research Output

Assessing the validity of EQ-5D-5L in people with head & neck cancer: Does a generic quality of life measure perform as well as a disease-specific measure in a patient population?

Davies, A., Waylen, A., Leary, S., Thomas, S., Pring, M., Janssen, B., Beynon, R., Lang, S., Schimansky, S., Hurley, K. & Ness, A., 1 Feb 2020, In : Oral Oncology. 101, 104504.

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  • Disease trajectories, place and mode of death in people with head and neck cancer: Findings from the 'Head and Neck 5000' population-based prospective clinical cohort study

    Mayland, C. R., Ingarfield, K., Rogers, S. N., Dey, P., Thomas, S., Waylen, A., Leary, S. D., Pring, M., Hurley, K., Waterboer, T., Pawlita, M. & Ness, A. R., 27 Feb 2020, In : Palliative Medicine.

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    Epstein-Barr virus and human papillomavirus serum antibodies define the viral status of nasopharyngeal carcinoma in a low endemic country

    Simon, J., Schroeder, L., Ingarfield, K., Diehl, S., Werner, J., Brenner, N., Liu, Z., Pawlita, M., Pring, M., Butt, J., Ness, A. & Waterboer, T., 12 Apr 2020, In : International Journal of Cancer. p. 1-11 11 p.

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    Prizes

    A histopathological resource for head and neck cancer

    Pring, Miranda (Recipient), 30 Apr 2020

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