Drexel University and Kimmel Cancer Center Consortium
Drexel University and Thomas Jefferson University established a Cancer Research Consortium with the Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University. The Population Sciences Working Group is a group of cancer prevention and control scientists who are working to develop the Population Sciences Program within the Consortium. The Working Group sponsors seminars and research events, and serves to connect groups of investigators around topics and projects of mutual interest. Activities focus on research, education and community engagement in cancer prevention and control, to build Consortium capacity for the formation of a population sciences program and comprehensive cancer center status. The Program is co-led by Dr. Ann Klassen at Drexel, and Drs. Ron Myers and Edith Mitchell at Thomas Jefferson University. As part of the Consortium, all Drexel University faculty and students are welcome to participate in seminars and networking activities of the Population Sciences Working Group. Upcoming events are listed below.
Drexel School of Public Health faculty active in cancer prevention and control include Dr. Darryl Brown, Dr. Alison Evans, Dr. Arthur Frank, Dr. Ann Klassen, Dr. Longjian Liu, Mr. Raymond Lum, Dr. Yvonne Michael, Dr. Jana Mossey, and Dr. Seth Welles. Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions faculty active in cancer prevention and control include Dr. Joke Bradt, Dr. Maureen Davey, Dr. David Ebaugh, Dr. Thomas Hardie, Dr. Jennifer Nasser, and Dr. Stella Volpe.