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Special Interest Groups
Concept DevelopmentLeader: Chanita Hughes Halbert
Older Adult ResearchLeader: William TewResearch Implementation (Education/Training/Mentorship)Leader: William Robinson
Rural ResearchLeader: Na Tosha Gatson
For more information about the Health Disparities Committee, click here.
If you have any questions for the HDC, or would like to discuss your concept idea, developing and conducting health disparities research and/or participating in any of the NRG HDC activities, please contact us at: NRGDisparities@nrgoncology.org.
Resources that have been recommended by members of the NRG Oncology Health Disparities Committee are available by clicking here (login required).
The NRG Oncology Health Equity New Investigator Mentor Program for Underrepresented Minority Scholars. Click here to read the announcement.
National Medical Association Cobb Scholars Program is seeking to engage residents, fellows and assistant professors who are members of racial/ethnic minorities. To join the contact Dr. Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or see the following website.
Cultural Competence Workshops (login required)
Kevin AlbuquerqueNoel ArringOluwole BabatundeVictoria Bae-JumpJeannine BrantReena CecchiniMartha DuncanSteven ChangKavita DharmarajanTiffany ElseaDorothy ErlangerJohn FarleyNa Tosha GatsonJennifer GriggsJordan HolmesKathie Ann JosephJolinta LinShearwood McClelland, IIIEdith MitchellSamilia Obeng-GyasiMotolani OgunsanyaIkenna OkerekeBridget OppongElectra PaskettKrupal PatelMack Roach IIIWilliam Russell Robinson IIINina Niu SanfordMary ScrogginsJennifer ShahWilliam TewSarah Tucker PriceWalker EleanorDonna WhiteKate Yeager
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