The Kirchhoff Research Group has a collective goal of understanding and improving the health of pediatric, adolescent, and young adult cancer survivors. Using the definition from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), we define a cancer survivor as any person diagnosed with cancer from the time of diagnosis until the end of life.

We aim to understand survivors’ health care costs, quality of life, and other outcomes with the goal of using this information to design interventions to support and educate cancer survivors.

News & Blog

May 17, 2017

Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities

Echo Warner, MPH was recently awarded the Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities (GMaP) Travel Fund Award. She will attend the Council for Advancement of Nursing Science Conference in Washington, DC, where she will present her dissertation research.... Read More

Aug 01, 2016

Pulmonary Effects of Air Pollution among Childhood Cancer Survivors

The Kirchhoff team was recently awarded a one year grant from the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to identify acute pulmonary effects of short-term air pollution on childhood cancer survivors compared to siblings and a general population sample. Drs. Anne Kirchhoff and Judy Ou will be collaborating with Drs. Jim VanDerslice and Heidi Hanson at the Utah Population Database on this study.... Read More

Jan 01, 2016

Supportive Oncology for Adolescent and Pediatric Patients

Dr. Kirchhoff and Dr. Douglas Fair received a Primary Children’s Hospital Foundation Science Award to launch SOAP (Supportive Oncology for Adolescent and Pediatric Patients). SOAP’s goal is to identify the supportive oncology needs of patients treated for cancer at Primary Children’s Hospital and their caregivers. Collaborators include Drs. Holly Spraker-Perlman and Dom Moore.... Read More

Anne Kirchhoff, PhD
Principal Investigator
Cancer Center Bio

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Kirchhoff Research Group
Huntsman Cancer Institute
2000 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Phone: 801-587-4084

Fax: 801-585-0900


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