Miriam Dwek

Miriam Dwek

University of Westminster

H-index: 37

Europe-United Kingdom

About Miriam Dwek

Miriam Dwek, With an exceptional h-index of 37 and a recent h-index of 28 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Westminster, specializes in the field of cancer, metastasis, glycobiology, proteomics, biomarker.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Associations of a breast cancer polygenic risk score with tumor characteristics and survival

Discovering Drug-Drug Interactions Using Association Rule Mining from Electronic Health Records

Aggregation tests identify new gene associations with breast cancer in populations with diverse ancestry

A Likelihood Ratio Approach for Utilizing Case-Control Data in the Clinical Classification of Rare Sequence Variants: Application to BRCA1 and BRCA2

Association of the CHEK2 c.1100delC variant, radiotherapy, and systemic treatment with contralateral breast cancer risk and breast cancer‐specific survival

Understanding the genetic complexity of puberty timing across the allele frequency spectrum

Functional and molecular glycobiology

Incorporating progesterone receptor expression into the PREDICT breast prognostic model

Miriam Dwek Information

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Citations(all)

6977

Citations(since 2020)

4939

Cited By

3903

hIndex(all)

37

hIndex(since 2020)

28

i10Index(all)

66

i10Index(since 2020)

49

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University of Westminster

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Miriam Dwek Skills & Research Interests

cancer

metastasis

glycobiology

proteomics

biomarker

Top articles of Miriam Dwek

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Journal

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Publication Date

Associations of a breast cancer polygenic risk score with tumor characteristics and survival

Journal of Clinical Oncology

Josephine Lopes Cardozo

Irene L Andrulis

Stig E Bojesen

Thilo Dörk

Diana M Eccles

...

2023/4/1

Discovering Drug-Drug Interactions Using Association Rule Mining from Electronic Health Records

Nodira Nazyrova

Salma Chahed

Miriam Dwek

Stephen J Getting

Thierry Chaussalet

2023/9/20

Aggregation tests identify new gene associations with breast cancer in populations with diverse ancestry

Genome medicine

Stefanie H Mueller

Alvina G Lai

Maria Valkovskaya

Kyriaki Michailidou

Manjeet K Bolla

...

2023/1/26

A Likelihood Ratio Approach for Utilizing Case-Control Data in the Clinical Classification of Rare Sequence Variants: Application to BRCA1 and BRCA2

Human mutation

Maria Zanti

Denise G O'Mahony

Michael T Parsons

Hongyan Li

Joe Dennis

...

2023/9/14

Association of the CHEK2 c.1100delC variant, radiotherapy, and systemic treatment with contralateral breast cancer risk and breast cancer‐specific survival

Cancer medicine

Anna Morra

Maartje AC Schreurs

Irene L Andrulis

Hoda Anton‐Culver

Annelie Augustinsson

...

2023/8

Understanding the genetic complexity of puberty timing across the allele frequency spectrum

medRxiv

Katherine A Kentistou

Lena R Kaisinger

Stasa Stankovic

Marc Vaudel

Edson M de Oliveira

...

2023/6/20

Functional and molecular glycobiology

Susan Brooks

Miriam Dwek

Udo Schumacher

2023/6/14

Incorporating progesterone receptor expression into the PREDICT breast prognostic model

European Journal of Cancer

Isabelle Grootes

Renske Keeman

Fiona M Blows

Roger L Milne

Graham G Giles

...

2022/9/1

Development and optimization of a machine-learning prediction model for acute desquamation after breast radiation therapy in the multicenter REQUITE cohort

Advances in radiation oncology

Mahmoud Aldraimli

Sarah Osman

Diana Grishchuck

Samuel Ingram

Robert Lyon

...

2022/5/1

Development of chitosan, pullulan, and alginate based drug-loaded nano-emulsions as a potential malignant melanoma delivery platform

Carbohydrate Polymer Technologies and Applications

Ghazal Hatami Fard

Zeynab Moinipoor

Salzitsa Anastasova-Ivanova

Hafiz MN Iqbal

Miriam V Dwek

...

2022/12/1

Common variants in breast cancer risk loci predispose to distinct tumor subtypes

Breast Cancer Research

Thomas U Ahearn

Haoyu Zhang

Kyriaki Michailidou

Roger L Milne

Manjeet K Bolla

...

2022/12

Physical activity, sedentary time and breast cancer risk: a Mendelian randomisation study

British journal of sports medicine

Suzanne C Dixon-Suen

Sarah J Lewis

Richard M Martin

Dallas R English

Terry Boyle

...

2022/10/1

A data science approach for early-stage prediction of Patient's susceptibility to acute side effects of advanced radiotherapy

Computers in biology and medicine

Mahmoud Aldraimli

Daniele Soria

Diana Grishchuck

Samuel Ingram

Robert Lyon

...

2021/8/1

Mir-21 is required for the epithelial–mesenchymal transition in mda-mb-231 breast cancer cells

International journal of molecular sciences

Elif Damla Arisan

Ozge Rencuzogullari

Clara Cieza-Borrella

Francesc Miralles Arenas

Miriam Dwek

...

2021/2/4

Angela Cox, 55 Simon S. Cross, 56 Kamila Czene, 57 Mary B. Daly, 58 Peter Devilee, 59, 60 Thilo Dörk, 23

The American Journal of Human Genetics

Laure Dossus

Miriam Dwek

Diana M Eccles

Arif B Ekici

A Heather Eliassen

2021/7/1

Clinical relevance assessment of animal preclinical research (RAA) tool: development and explanation

PeerJ

Kurinchi S Gurusamy

David Moher

Marilena Loizidou

Irfan Ahmed

Marc T Avey

...

2021/1/27

Mendelian randomisation study of smoking exposure in relation to breast cancer risk

British journal of cancer

Hanla A Park

Sonja Neumeyer

Kyriaki Michailidou

Manjeet K Bolla

Qin Wang

...

2021/10/12

Functional annotation of the 2q35 breast cancer risk locus implicates a structural variant in influencing activity of a long-range enhancer element

The American Journal of Human Genetics

Joseph S Baxter

Nichola Johnson

Katarzyna Tomczyk

Andrea Gillespie

Sarah Maguire

...

2021/7/1

MiR-21 Is Required for the Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition in MDA-MB-231 Breast Cancer Cells

ÖZGE RENCÜZOĞULLARI

Clara Cieza-Borrella

Francesc Miralles Arenas

Miriam Dwek

Sigrun Lange

...

2021

Genetic insights into biological mechanisms governing human ovarian ageing

Nature

Katherine S Ruth

Felix R Day

Jazib Hussain

Ana Martínez-Marchal

Catherine E Aiken

...

2021/8/19

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Co-Authors

H-index: 49
John F. Timms

John F. Timms

University College London

H-index: 11
Diluka Peiris

Diluka Peiris

University of Westminster

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