MPH, New York University
Life-course epidemiology; cancer risk predictors and profiling; population health; psychosocial oncology and epidemiology; pre- and post-treatment oncology measures
Jill has been in the field of public health and clinical research for over 20 years, working as an educator and researcher. She studied at Boston University and New York University in the States, and was a former researcher at both Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the University of Miami before joining Laureate Online International Education in 2005. She is currently working on two research projects, and has collaborated on a number of articles throughout the course of her career.
“I am excited to be teaching with the University of Roehampton Online because it provides me [with] the opportunity to work with both students and faculty from across the globe. Being part of a team that is dedicated to having a positive impact on the lives of others is extremely rewarding: it is not just the individual responsibility we have as educators and leaders in the field, but also the social responsibility of ensuring that our students have the opportunity to share their acquired knowledge with the world and bring their learnt skills back to their countries of origin.”