cancer prevention
and control


Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome and Breast Cancer Disparities in Black Women

Lucile L. Adams-Campbell, PhD

Associate Dean, Community Health and Outreach
Associate Director, Minority Health and
Health Disparities Research
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Professor, Department of Oncology
Georgetown University Medical Center

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
6130 Executive Boulevard, Rockville MD
EPN Conference Room G

Dr. Adams-Campbell is a cancer epidemiologist who focuses primarily on hormonal cancers that disproportionately impact minority populations. She served as the PI for the NCI-funded Minority Based Community Clinical Oncology Program (MBCCOP) for six years, and has had considerable experience in clinical trials. She has expertise and knowledge of molecular epidemiology and genetics, and has over 150 peer reviewed publications. Before assuming her current position as Associate Director for Minority Health & Health Disparities Research at Georgetown/Lombardi, Dr. Adams-Campbell served as Director of Howard University Cancer Center.

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