Research Institute on Population and Social Policies

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Anna Gigli

Researcher of the CNR since 1987, affiliated with the Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies since 2001 and previously at the Institute for the Applications of Computing. You are mainly concerned with statistical methods applied to the field of health.

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anna.gigli@irpps.cnr.it

+39 06 492724 242

Information

I have been a researcher at the National Research Council since 1987, affiliated with the Research Institute on Population and Social Policies since 2001 and previously with the Institute for the Applications of Computing.
Graduated in Mathematics from the La Sapienza University of Rome, I obtained the Master of Science and the PhD in Statistics (1994), both from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine of the University of London.
I mainly deal with statistical methods applied to the field of health.

Main research activities in progress:

Methods for estimating the economic impact of cancer on the national health system.
Methods for estimating the prevalence of long-term survivors from childhood cancers.
Statistical methods and models for the study of the prevalence of tumors.

Main publications

• Anna Gigli, Silvia Francisci, Stefano Guzzinati, Aaron Hall, Mark Hachey, Steve Scoppa, Angela Mariotto (2020)Cancer prevalence by phase of care: an indicator for assessing health service needsTumors Journal

• Francisci, Guzzinati, Capodaglio, Pierannunzio, Mallone, Tavilla, Lopez, Busco, Mazzucco, Angiolini, Zorzi, Serraino, Barchielli, Fusco, Stracci, Bianconi, Rugge, Iacovacci, Russo, Cusimano & Gigli (2020). Patterns of care and cost profiles of women with breast cancer in Italy: EPICOST study based on real world dataThe European Journal of Health Economics

• Dal Maso, Panato, Guzzinati, Serraino, Francisci, Botta, Capocaccia, Tavilla, Gigli, Crocetti, Rugge, Tagliabue, Filiberti, Carrozzi, Michiara, Ferretti, Cesaraccio, Tumino, Falcini, Stracci, Torrisi, Mazzoleni, Fusco, Rosso, Tisano, Buzzoni, Sini, AIRTUM Working group (2019). Prognosis of long-term cancer survivors: A population-based estimationCancer Medicine

• Francisci, Guzzinati, Dal Maso, Priest, Buzzoni, Gigli (2017). Living after cancer diagnosis during childhood: A population-based estimation in ItalyInternational Journal of Cancer

• Dal Maso, Guzzinati, Buzzoni, Capocaccia, Serraino, Caldarella, Dei Tos, Falcini, Autelitano, Masanotti, Ferretti, Tisano, Tirelli, Crocetti, De Angelis, Virdone, Zucchetto, Gigli, Francisci, Baili, Gatta, Castaing, Zanetti, Bidoli, Vercelli, Michiara, Federico, Senator, Pannozzo, Vicentini, Bulatko, Pirin, Gentilini, Fusco, Giacomin, Fanetti, Cusimano (2014). Long-term survival, prevalence, and cure of cancer: A population-based estimation for 818,902 Italian patients and 26 cancer types. Annals of oncology

• Yabroff, Francisci, Gigli, Lipscomb, Mariotto, Mezzetti editors. (2013) Comparing Cancer Care and Economic Outcomes Across Health Systems: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monography

• Gigli, Warren, Yabroff, Francisci, Stedman, Guzzinati, Giusti, Miccinesi, Crocetti, Angiolini, Mariotto (2013). Initial Treatment for Newly Diagnosed Elderly Colorectal Cancer Patients: Patterns of Care in Italy and the United StatesJournal of the National Cancer Institute Monography

• Yabroff, Francisci, Mariotto, Mezzetti, Gigli, Lipscomb (2013). Advancing Comparative Studies of Patterns of Care and Economic Outcomes in Cancer: Challenges and OpportunitiesJournal of the National Cancer Institute Monography

• Lipscomb, Yabroff, Hornbrook, Gigli, Francisci, Krahn, Gatta, Trama, Ritzwoller, Durand-Zaleski, Salloum, Chawla, Angiolini, Crocetti, Giusti, Guzzinati, Mezzetti, Miccinesi, Mariotto (2013). Comparing Cancer Care, Outcomes, and Costs within and across Health Systems: Charting the CourseJournal of the National Cancer Institute Monography

• Francisci, Guzzinati, Mezzetti, Crocetti, Giusti, Miccinesi, Paci, Angiolini, Gigli (2013). Cost profiles of colorectal cancer patients in Italy based on individual patterns of care. BMC Cancer

• Simonetti, Gigli, Capocaccia, Mariotto (2008). Estimating complete prevalence of cancers diagnosed in childhood. Statistics in Medicine

• Gigli, Mariotto, Clegg, Tavilla, Corazziari, Hachey, Scoppa, Capocaccia (2006). Estimating the variance of cancer prevalence from population-based registries. Statistical Methods for Medical Research