Lecture: Using implementation science and health equity approaches to eliminate racial disparities in cancer prevention and control

March 9, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Taylor Avenue Building (TAB), 600 S. Taylor Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110
Join us to hear Dr. Ibekwe talk about advancing cancer control equity thru an implementation science lens.

About the Lecture

Faculty Candidate Lecture
Hosted by Surgery, Public Health Sciences
This talk will be presented in-person at the Doll & Hill Conference Room in the Taylor Avenue Building 2nd floor, and on Zoom.

Zoom info:

Meeting ID: 928 6151 6663
Passcode: 635089

About the Speaker

Lynn N. Ibekwe, PhD, MPH

Postdoctoral Fellowship
Harvard Education Program in Cancer Prevention
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Lynn N. Ibekwe, PhD, MPH is a postdoctoral research fellow whose primary research interest is to reduce the disproportionate burden of cancer morbidity and mortality among Blacks and African Americans in the United States. To that end, she pursues research geared towards (1) documenting individual and contextual level determinants of racial and ethnic cancer-related disparities, including investigating racism as a fundamental cause of such disparities; (2) developing and testing culturally relevant cancer prevention and control interventions in community and clinical settings; and (3) using implementation science, through a health equity lens, to improve implementation of evidence-based interventions (EBIs) in real-world settings, including explicitly focusing on structural racism as a determinant of inequitable adoption, implementation, and sustainability of EBIs.

Questions? Contact Faith Tyler at ftlyer@wustl.edu.