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Wallace K, El Nahas GJ, Bookhout C, Thaxton JE, Lewin DN, Nikolaishvili-Feinberg N, Cohen SM, Brazeal JG, Hill EG, Wu JD, Baron JA, Alekseyenko AV. Immune Responses Vary in Preinvasive Colorectal Lesions by Tumor Location and Histology. Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2021 09; 14(9):885-892.
Wallace K, Nahhas GJ, Bookhout C, Lewin DN, Paulos CM, Nikolaishvili-Feinberg N, Cohen SM, Guglietta S, Bakhtiari A, Camp ER, Hill EG, Baron JA, Wu JD, Alekseyenko AV. Preinvasive Colorectal Lesions of African Americans Display an Immunosuppressive Signature Compared to Caucasian Americans. Front Oncol. 2021; 11:659036.
Wallace K, Li H, Brazeal JG, Lewin DN, Sun S, Ba A, Paulos CM, Rachidi S, Li Z, Alekseyenko AV. Platelet and hemoglobin count at diagnosis are associated with survival in African American and Caucasian patients with colorectal cancer. Cancer Epidemiol. 2020 08; 67:101746.
Pécot T, Alekseyenko A, Wallace K. A deep learning segmentation strategy that minimizes the amount of manually annotated images. F1000Res. 2021; 10:256.
Hamidi B, Wallace K, Alekseyenko AV. MODIMA, a Method for Multivariate Omnibus Distance Mediation Analysis, Allows for Integration of Multivariate Exposure-Mediator-Response Relationships. Genes (Basel). 2019 07 11; 10(7).
Hamidi B, Wallace K, Vasu C, Alekseyenko AV. W*d -test: robust distance-based multivariate analysis of variance Microbiome. 2019 04 01; 7(1):51.
Wallace K, Lewin DN, Sun S, Spiceland CM, Rockey DC, Alekseyenko AV, Wu JD, Baron JA, Alberg AJ, Hill EG. Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes and Colorectal Cancer Survival in African American and Caucasian Patients. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2018 07; 27(7):755-761.