Health Disparities Committee (HDC) (Special Populations)

 

Committee Leadership

Working Groups

Clinical Trial Enrollment


Education/Training/Mentorship


Health Disparity Research


Health Disparity Statistics/Metrics


Committee Charge

NRG Oncology Health Disparities Committee Committee's primary goals are to:
  • Develop research to address health disparities to improve cancer care and outcomes for underserved populations
  • Improve access to cancer clinical trials by increasing enrollment of underserved populations to clinical trials

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

We are currently not accepting applications for the NRG Oncology Health Disparities Committee at this time. Please look for announcements in the NRG Broadcasts/Newsletters/Website/Twitter regarding future call for committee members.Please contact the HDC with any questions at: info@nrgoncology.org

Cultural Competency & Health Disparities Resources



Committee Members

Kevin Albuquerque
Noel Arring
Oluwole Babatunde
Victoria Bae-Jump
Jeannine Brant
Reena Cecchini
Martha Duncan
Steven Chang
Kavita Dharmarajan
Tiffany Elsea
Dorothy Erlanger
John Farley
Na Tosha Gatson
Jennifer Griggs
Jordan Holmes
Kathie Ann Joseph
Jolinta Lin
Shearwood McClelland, III
Edith Mitchell
Samilia Obeng-Gyasi
Motolani Ogunsanya
Ikenna Okereke
Bridget Oppong
Electra Paskett
Krupal Patel
Mack Roach III
William Russell Robinson III
Nina Niu Sanford
Mary Scroggins
Jennifer Shah
William Tew
Sarah Tucker Price
Walker Eleanor
Donna White

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