Our team is cross disciplinary in practice, with collaborators from diverse academic and professional fields, allowing us to effectively design and implement interventions, conduct longitudinal clinical trials and observational research, and evaluate the effectiveness of our programs. Our research uses both clinical trials and observational studies to examine the effects of a wide range of behaviors and interventions on cancer outcomes and survivorship. Interventions of interest target diet, physical activity, weight management, and use of integrative therapies.
PI: Heather Greenlee, ND, PhD, MPH
This study is testing the separate and synergistic effects of a diet and physical activity intervention on behavior change among Latina breast cancer survivors.
PI: Rachel Ceballos, PhD
This pilot study aims to adapt and pilot a diet and PA program for cancer survivors to address the needs of underserved and minority cancer survivors living in rural communities.
PIs: Nancy E. Davidson, MD and Heather Greenlee, ND, PhD, MPH
This pilot study will test two doses-levels of a 6-month nutrition and physical activity intervention in breast cancer survivors.
MPIs: Heather Greenlee, ND, PhD, MPH and Marilyn Kwan, PhD
This study uses data from Kaiser Permanente Northern California and the ongoing Pathways Study of breast cancer survivorship to examine clinical and behavioral factors related to cardiovascular disease outcomes in breast cancer survivors.
For more information, visit Pathways: A Study of Breast Cancer Survivorship.