Cancer and Parenthood

Speaker

Portrait of Hazel B. Nichols, PhDHazel B. Nichols, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Epidemiology
Gillings School of Global Public Health
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Hazel B. Nichols is an assistant professor in the epidemiology department. Dr. Nichols’ research addresses hormonally-related factors that are considered during health care delivery (e.g. contraception, breastfeeding, gynecologic surgery, postmenopausal obesity, hormone therapy) and may be targeted by interventions to prevent breast cancer or improve post-diagnosis outcomes.

Her work is based in large observational studies and data resources, including the Collaborative Breast Cancer Study, the Sister Study, the Cancer Research Network and the UNC Integrated Cancer Information and Surveillance System.

Dr. Nichols is a member of the Cancer Epidemiology Program at the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and a recipient of the North Carolina Translational & Clinical Sciences Institute (NC TraCS) Scholar Award. She is the lead instructor for the EPID 771 course "Cancer Epidemiology: Survivorship and Outcomes."

Date and Time: 

Tue, 02/04/2020 - 11:00 - 12:00

Location: 

NCI Shady Grove, Seminar Room 2W-910/912

Speaker(s): 

Hazel B. Nichols, PhD

Sponsor(s): 

Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program Colloquia lecture

About the NCI Cancer Prevention and Control Colloquia Series

The Cancer Prevention and Control Colloquia Series features current research findings from guest researchers from a variety of research disciplines. Topics cover current challenges and methods used by investigators to address gaps, advance the field of cancer prevention and control, and promote the application of successful strategies.

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