Thomas P. McCoy, MS

Thomas P. McCoy, MSThomas P. McCoy, MS
Biostatistician III
Department of Biostatistical Sciences
Section on Biostatistics
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
Tel: 336-716-3483 or 336-716–1624
Fax: 336-716-6427
tmccoy@wakehealth.edu
 Curriculum Vitae

Education:

Clemson University, M.S. – Statistics

Research Topics:

Categorical Data Analysis
Analysis Clustered/Correlated data
Cancer and Quality of Life
HIV/AIDS research

Current Research:

Thomas McCoy, MS, is a Biostatistician III and has been a member of the CCCWFU Biostatistics core since July 2004 in the Department of Biostatistical Sciences, Section on Biostatistics.  Currently Thomas is involved in a number of social science studies in addition to providing support for the Cancer Center Biostatistics Core, such as the Study to Prevent Alcohol Related Consequences (SPARC).  He is also involved in HIV/AIDS research and is a reviewer for the HIV/AIDS section of APHA.  Additionally, Thomas is involved in different aspects of cancer research such as studying complications after breast cancer surgery and quality of life.

Selected Recent Publications:

MA Knovich, HL Lawson, MH Burke, TP McCoy, J Owen. (2008). Rapid quantitative assay of ADAMTS13 activity on an automated coagulation analyzer: Clinical applications and comparison with immunoblot method. Am J Hematol (accepted May 7, 2008).

ED Paskett, MJ Naughton, TP McCoy, LD Case, JM Abbott.  “The Epidemiology of Arm          and Hand Swelling in Premenopausal Breast Cancer Survivors.” Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention: Vol. 16(4), pg. 775-82, April 2007.

Miller Jr, DP, Brownlee CD, McCoy TP, Pignone MP.  “The Effect of Health Literacy on          Knowledge and Receipt of Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Survey Study.”  BMC Family Practice: pg.8-16, March 2007. 

JE Jennings-Gee, JE Moore, M Xu, ST Dance, ND Kock, TP McCoy, JJ Carr, MS Miller.  “Strain-Specific Induction of Murine Lung Tumors Following In Utero Exposure to 3-Methylcholantherene.”  Molecular Carcinogenesis: 2006 May 1;45(9):676-684.

M Xu, JE Moore, S Leone-Kabler, TP McCoy, A Swank, GB Nelson, JA Ross, AJ Townsend, MS Miller.  “Expression of Glutathione S-transferases in Fetal Lung and Liver Tissue from Parental Strains and F1 Crosses between C57BL/6 and BALB/c F1 Mice Following In Utero Exposure to 3-Methylcholantherene.” Biochemical Pharmacology: 2006 Jun 28;72(1):115-23.

PK Kim, TL Ellis, VW Sieber, KP McMullen, EG Shaw, TP McCoy, RB D’Agostino Jr., JD Bourland, A DeGuzman, K Ekstrand, MR Raber, SB Tatter. “Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery to the Resection Cavity of Brain Metastases That Have Progression After Whole Brain Radiotherapy.”  Journal of Neurosurgery (accepted August 2006).

CE Wood, TB Clarkson, SE Appt, AA Frank, SM Boue, ME Burow, T McCoy, JM Cline.  “Effects of Soybean Glyceollins and Estradiol in Postmenopausal Female Monkeys.”  Nutrition and Cancer: Vol. 56(1), pg. 74-81, 2006.

W. Blackstock, J.A. Bogart, C. Matthews, J.F. Lovato, T. McCoy, C. Ho, F. Richards, J.N. Atkins, and A.A. Miller.  “Split-Course versus Continuous Thoracic Radiotherapy (TRT) for Limited Stage Small Cell Lung Cancer (LS-SCLC): a randomized phase III Trial.” Clinical Lung Cancer:  Vol. 6(5), pg. 287-92, Mar. 2005.

M. Xu, G.B. Nelson, J.E. Moore, T.P. McCoy, J. Dai, R.A. Manderville, J.A. Ross, and M.S. Miller.  “Induction of Cyp1a1 and Cyp1b1 and Formation of DNA Adducts in C57BL/6, Balb/c, and F1 Mice Following in utero Exposure to 3-Methylcholanthrene.” Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology: Vol. 209(1), pg. 28-38., Nov. 15, 2005.

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