Population Sciences Faculty
Kimlin Tam Ashing, Ph.D., is a professor and directs the Center of Community Alliance for Research & Education at City of Hope. She is a notable leader in examining cancer disparities and quality of life. Her life's work is to increase the voice and representation of underrepresented groups in
Among the most accomplished researchers working in cancer epidemiology today, Leslie Bernstein, Ph.D., was instrumental in identifying physical activity as a means to reduce the risk of breast cancer. She received the highly prestigious Medal of Honor in Cancer Control from the American Cancer
Betty Ferrell, R.N., Ph.D., M.A., C.H.P.N., F.A.A.N., F.P.C.N. director, Division of Nursing Research and Education, focuses her clinical expertise and research in pain management, quality of life, and palliative care.
Stacy W. Gray, M.D., is deputy director of the Center for Precision Medicine and associate professor and chief of the Division of Clinical Cancer Genomics within the Department of Medical Oncology & Therapeutics Research, and a secondary appointment in the Department of Population Sciences.
Susan L. Neuhausen, Ph.D., is The Morris & Horowitz Families Professor in Cancer Etiology & Outcomes Research at Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope. She conducts research focused on identifying genes that predispose to disease.
City of Hope's Victoria Seewaldt, M.D., is the Ruth Ziegler Chair in Population Sciences and chair and professor of the Department of Population Sciences, with a clinical specialty in breast cancer.
F. Lennie Wong, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Population Sciences and Computational and Quantitative Medicine and a scientist in the Division of Outcomes Research.