Lauren Wallner, PhD, MPH
Dr. Lauren Wallner, PhD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Michigan, and co-Leader of the Cancer Control and Population Sciences Program at Rogel Cancer Center. She is a core faculty member in the Cancer Surveillance and Outcomes Research Team (CanSORT). As a cancer care delivery researcher, Dr. Wallner’s research program focuses on improving the quality, delivery and equity of cancer care. Her research spans the cancer continuum and includes multiple cancer sites. She has led a number of observational studies focused onunderstanding the determinants, outcomes and utilization of health services associated with cancer, as well as interventional studies evaluating and implementing multilevel interventions to improve cancer care. Her work has been continually funded by the National Institutes for Health, the American Cancer Society, and industry partners. She is also passionate about training the next generation of cancer care delivery researchers.
IHPI | Rogel Cancer Center
Community and Professional Affiliation(s)
American Cancer Society
Breast cancer | Clinical care | Prostate cancer
- Advancing the science of cancer health disparities research
- MON-557 Resource Utilization in the Surveillance of Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: The Impact of Patient Preferences
- Unmet need for clinician engagement about financial toxicity after diagnosis of breast cancer.
- Co-investigator of: Improving urinary and sexual dysfunction after prostate surgery using shared decision making
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- Principal investigator of: Disparities in survivorship care quality and patient burden after breast cancer treatment: The iCanCare Follow-up Study