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David Noyd

Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics
Pediatrics, Hematology-Oncology
Box 90051, Durham, NC 27708-0051
Box 3127, Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications


Cardiovascular Risk Factor Disparities in Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Compared With the General Population.

Journal Article JACC CardioOncol · August 2023 BACKGROUND: It is unknown whether a history of childhood cancer modifies the established disparities in cardiovascular risk factors (CVRFs) observed in the general population. OBJECTIVES: We sought to determine if disparities in CVRFs by race/ethnicity are ... Full text Link to item Cite

Informatics tools to implement late cardiovascular risk prediction modeling for population management of high-risk childhood cancer survivors.

Conference Pediatr Blood Cancer · June 7, 2023 BACKGROUND: Clinical informatics tools to integrate data from multiple sources have the potential to catalyze population health management of childhood cancer survivors at high risk for late heart failure through the implementation of previously validated ... Full text Link to item Cite

Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Journal Article Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev · May 1, 2023 BACKGROUND: Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care. METHODS: The Oklahoma Childhood Cancer Survivor Coho ... Full text Link to item Cite

Data from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <div>AbstractBackground:<p>Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care.</p>Methods: ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and optimal subspecialty follow-up among childhood cancer survivors.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and survivors with Passport for Care</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S3 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Subanalysis and geographical map for Oklahoma City Urban, non-Oklahoma City urban, large town, and small town/isolated rural areas in Oklahoma.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S3 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Subanalysis and geographical map for Oklahoma City Urban, non-Oklahoma City urban, large town, and small town/isolated rural areas in Oklahoma.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Rural-Urban Commuting Area (RUCA) codes, definitions, and categories (adapted from https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/rural-urban-commuting-area-codes/ and https://depts.washington.edu/uwruca/ruca-uses.php)</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and survivors with Passport for Care</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Modeling for the association between rurality, with subanalysis for non-Oklahoma City urban areas, and the risk of suboptimal subspecialty follow-up care five to seven years after initial diagnosis using Modified Poisson Regression with ro ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Modeling for the association between rurality, with subanalysis for non-Oklahoma City urban areas, and the risk of suboptimal subspecialty follow-up care five to seven years after initial diagnosis using Modified Poisson Regression with ro ... Full text Cite

Data from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <div>AbstractBackground:<p>Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care.</p>Methods: ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and optimal subspecialty follow-up among childhood cancer survivors.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Rural-Urban Commuting Area (RUCA) codes, definitions, and categories (adapted from https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/rural-urban-commuting-area-codes/ and https://depts.washington.edu/uwruca/ruca-uses.php)</p> ... Full text Cite

Data standards in pediatric oncology: Past, present, and future.

Journal Article Pediatr Blood Cancer · February 2023 In this commentary, we highlight the central role that data standards play in facilitating data-driven efforts to advance research in pediatric oncology. We discuss the current state of data standards for pediatric oncology and propose five steps to achiev ... Full text Link to item Cite

Leveraging Clinical Informatics Tools to Extract Cumulative Anthracycline Exposure, Measure Cardiovascular Outcomes, and Assess Guideline Adherence for Children With Cancer.

Journal Article JCO Clin Cancer Inform · October 2021 PURPOSE: Cardiovascular disease is a significant cause of late morbidity and mortality in survivors of childhood cancer. Clinical informatics tools could enhance provider adherence to echocardiogram guidelines for early detection of late-onset cardiomyopat ... Full text Link to item Cite

Integration of cancer registry and electronic health record data to construct a childhood cancer survivorship cohort, facilitate risk stratification for late effects, and assess appropriate follow-up care.

Journal Article Pediatr Blood Cancer · June 2021 BACKGROUND: This retrospective study harnessed an institutional cancer registry to construct a childhood cancer survivorship cohort, integrate electronic health record (EHR) and geospatial data to stratify survivors based on late-effect risk, analyze follo ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cardiovascular Risk Factor Disparities in Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Compared With the General Population.

Journal Article JACC CardioOncol · August 2023 BACKGROUND: It is unknown whether a history of childhood cancer modifies the established disparities in cardiovascular risk factors (CVRFs) observed in the general population. OBJECTIVES: We sought to determine if disparities in CVRFs by race/ethnicity are ... Full text Link to item Cite

Informatics tools to implement late cardiovascular risk prediction modeling for population management of high-risk childhood cancer survivors.

Conference Pediatr Blood Cancer · June 7, 2023 BACKGROUND: Clinical informatics tools to integrate data from multiple sources have the potential to catalyze population health management of childhood cancer survivors at high risk for late heart failure through the implementation of previously validated ... Full text Link to item Cite

Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Journal Article Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev · May 1, 2023 BACKGROUND: Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care. METHODS: The Oklahoma Childhood Cancer Survivor Coho ... Full text Link to item Cite

Data from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <div>AbstractBackground:<p>Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care.</p>Methods: ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and optimal subspecialty follow-up among childhood cancer survivors.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and survivors with Passport for Care</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S3 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Subanalysis and geographical map for Oklahoma City Urban, non-Oklahoma City urban, large town, and small town/isolated rural areas in Oklahoma.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S3 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Subanalysis and geographical map for Oklahoma City Urban, non-Oklahoma City urban, large town, and small town/isolated rural areas in Oklahoma.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Rural-Urban Commuting Area (RUCA) codes, definitions, and categories (adapted from https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/rural-urban-commuting-area-codes/ and https://depts.washington.edu/uwruca/ruca-uses.php)</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and survivors with Passport for Care</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Modeling for the association between rurality, with subanalysis for non-Oklahoma City urban areas, and the risk of suboptimal subspecialty follow-up care five to seven years after initial diagnosis using Modified Poisson Regression with ro ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S2 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Modeling for the association between rurality, with subanalysis for non-Oklahoma City urban areas, and the risk of suboptimal subspecialty follow-up care five to seven years after initial diagnosis using Modified Poisson Regression with ro ... Full text Cite

Data from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <div>AbstractBackground:<p>Children with cancer from rural and nonurban areas face unique challenges. Health equity for this population requires attention to geographic disparities in optimal survivorship-focused care.</p>Methods: ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Figure S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Directed acyclic graph of the potential associations between rurality at time of diagnosis and optimal subspecialty follow-up among childhood cancer survivors.</p> ... Full text Cite

Supplementary Table S1 from Rural, Large Town, and Urban Differences in Optimal Subspecialty Follow-up and Survivorship Care Plan Documentation among Childhood Cancer Survivors

Other · May 1, 2023 <p>Rural-Urban Commuting Area (RUCA) codes, definitions, and categories (adapted from https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/rural-urban-commuting-area-codes/ and https://depts.washington.edu/uwruca/ruca-uses.php)</p> ... Full text Cite

Data standards in pediatric oncology: Past, present, and future.

Journal Article Pediatr Blood Cancer · February 2023 In this commentary, we highlight the central role that data standards play in facilitating data-driven efforts to advance research in pediatric oncology. We discuss the current state of data standards for pediatric oncology and propose five steps to achiev ... Full text Link to item Cite

Leveraging Clinical Informatics Tools to Extract Cumulative Anthracycline Exposure, Measure Cardiovascular Outcomes, and Assess Guideline Adherence for Children With Cancer.

Journal Article JCO Clin Cancer Inform · October 2021 PURPOSE: Cardiovascular disease is a significant cause of late morbidity and mortality in survivors of childhood cancer. Clinical informatics tools could enhance provider adherence to echocardiogram guidelines for early detection of late-onset cardiomyopat ... Full text Link to item Cite

Integration of cancer registry and electronic health record data to construct a childhood cancer survivorship cohort, facilitate risk stratification for late effects, and assess appropriate follow-up care.

Journal Article Pediatr Blood Cancer · June 2021 BACKGROUND: This retrospective study harnessed an institutional cancer registry to construct a childhood cancer survivorship cohort, integrate electronic health record (EHR) and geospatial data to stratify survivors based on late-effect risk, analyze follo ... Full text Link to item Cite

Disparities in cardiovascular risk factors by race/ethnicity among adult survivors of childhood cancer: A report from the Childhood Cancer Survivorship Study (CCSS).

Conference Journal of Clinical Oncology · May 20, 2021 10017 Background: Racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic disparities are documented in outcomes for childhood cancer survivors. Understanding whether childhood cancer modifies established disparities in cardiovascular risk factors (CV ... Full text Cite

Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Neonatal Sarcomas.

Journal Article Clin Perinatol · March 2021 Neonatal sarcomas comprise a heterogeneous group of rare soft tissue neoplasms that present unique diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Recent advances in molecular profiling have improved diagnostic capabilities and reveal novel therapeutic targets. Cli ... Full text Link to item Cite

Sweet Syndrome in Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia.

Journal Article J Pediatr Hematol Oncol · January 2021 Full text Link to item Cite

Integration of EHR and Cancer Registry Data to Construct a Childhood Cancer Survivorship Cohort to Improve Long-Term Follow-up Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma Survivors

Conference Blood · November 5, 2020 Background and aims:Marked improvements in pediatric oncology care for children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and leukemia emphasize the importance of appropriate follow-up care for childhood cancer surviv ... Full text Cite

Cancer incidence and treatment utilization patterns at a regional cancer center in Tanzania from 2008-2016: Initial report of 2,772 cases.

Journal Article Cancer Epidemiol · August 2020 PURPOSE: To describe cancer incidence and treatment utilization patterns at the regional cancer referral center for the Lake Zone of northwestern Tanzania from 2008 to 2016. METHODS: This descriptive, retrospective study reviewed all cancer cases recorded ... Full text Link to item Cite

Probable and possible transfusion-transmitted dengue associated with NS1 antigen-negative but RNA confirmed-positive red blood cells.

Journal Article Transfusion · January 2016 BACKGROUND: In the absence of active blood donation screening, dengue viruses (DENV) have been implicated in only a limited number of transfusion transmissions worldwide. This study attempted to identify if blood from donors testing negative by an NS1-anti ... Full text Link to item Cite

Recent Advances in Dengue: Relevance to Puerto Rico.

Journal Article P R Health Sci J · June 2015 Dengue represents an increasingly important public health challenge in Puerto Rico, with recent epidemics in 2007, 2010, and 2012-2013. Although recent advances in dengue vaccine development offer hope for primary prevention, the role of health professiona ... Link to item Cite

Case series of fatal Leptospira spp./dengue virus co-infections-Puerto Rico, 2010-2012.

Journal Article Am J Trop Med Hyg · October 2014 Co-infection with pathogens that cause acute febrile illness creates a diagnostic challenge as a result of overlapping clinical manifestations. Here, we describe four fatal cases of Leptospira species/dengue virus co-infection in Puerto Rico. Although all ... Full text Link to item Cite