I’m thrilled to announce that on April 1, I will officially join the faculty at Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine in the Department of Public Health Sciences.
Loyola University Chicago has an outstanding commitment to reducing the global burden of preventable disease, improving international health, and decreasing health disparities. The community surrounding the Stritch School of Medicine disproportionately suffers from high rates of obesity and preventable chronic diseases, including heart disease and cancer.
The Public Health Programs at Loyola are truly multidisciplinary, drawing from faculty in medicine, nursing, ethics, health policy, environmental health, statistics, social work and communication.
This move will allow my lab to continue its commitment to cancer prevention and survivorship, improving health outcomes in medical and community settings and addressing the needs of the underserved.