Sarah Abdelaziz, Mstat
Sarah graduated with a Master of Statistics degree at the University of Utah. She had a bachelor's degree in Statistics and Computer Science. She is currently working on projects involving Head and Neck cancer survivors to learn about long-term health effects and necessary care provided.
David Baraghoshi, Mstat
Yuji ChenResearch Assistant
Qingqing graduated with her master's degree in Health Promotion and Education at University of Utah. She got her bachelor's degree of preventive medicine in China had a 7-year work experience in CDCs in China. She is currently working her PhD in Public Health.
Yuan-Chin Amy Lee, PhD
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dr. Yuan-Chin Amy Lee graduated with her PhD degree in epidemiology at University of California, Los Angeles School of Public Health. She has been working closely with Dr. Mia Hashibe on smoking-related cancers, such as lung and head and neck cancers, at the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France and at the University of Utah. She is interested in research that can be applied in the population. Currently, she is performing research on head and neck cancer etiology by conducting a case-control study in East Asia, and on head and neck cancer risk prediction modeling by utilizing the pooled database in the International Head and Neck Cancer Epidemiology Consortium.
Jihye Park, MSPH
Jihye graduated with a Master of Science in Public Health degree at the University of Utah. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Nursing and has over 3 years of experience working as a Registered nurse in Seoul Nation University Hospital and a clinical research associate/medical writer in a pharmaceutical company. She is currently working on her paper assessing cardiovascular disease risk among thyroid cancer patients as Dr.Hashibe’s research assistant.
Judith RosenthalSenior Laboratory Specialist
Zach Burningham, MPH
Carrie ButlerFormer Research Assistant
Makenzie Hawkins, MSPH
Mark Hyde, PAPhD Student
Shuang (Nancy) LiFormer Research Assistant
Ali Al Sarray
Sean Soisson is a PhD student in the Division of Public Health at the University of Utah. He graduated with a master's degree in anthropology from Ohio State University. He is currently working with Dr. Hashibe on projects involving survivors of endometrial and ovarian cancer. He has been working with Dr. Lisa Cannon-Albright in the Division of Genetic Epidemiology on identifying genetic contributions to colorectal cancer since 2013.