Skip to main content

Mark N. Fluchel, MD

View Full Profile

Heidi A. Hanson, PhD, MS

View Full Profile

James A. VanDerslice, PhD

View Full Profile

Yelena P. Wu, PhD

View Full Profile

Joemy Ramsay

Joemy Ramsay, PhD

Graduate Research Assistant

Joemy Ramsay is an Environmental and Occupational Health scientist who received her master's degree from the University of Washington School of Public Health and is currently working on her PhD in Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of Utah. Joemy has previously worked on studies looking at environmental, biological, and social determinants of childhood health and development, diesel exhaust exposure in underground miners, and biological monitoring of occupational and environmental exposures. Her research interests include understanding of long-term health risks for cancer survivors and potential associations between occupational and environmental exposures with cancer outcomes and survivorship.

View Full Profile

Echo Warner

Echo Warner, PhD

Former Research Analyst/Project Manager

Dr. Warner first began working with Dr. Kirchhoff as a graduate research assistant while earning her Master of Public Health and Doctorate in Nursing degrees at the University of Utah. Dr. Kirchhoff mentored her as a doctoral dissertation co-chair and post-doctoral co-mentor studying social needs and social media use among adolescents and young adults during cancer. Her current research focuses on how social media and other online technologies may help improve social support and access to high-quality cancer information among adolescents and young adults with cancer and their caregivers. She is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson, AZ.

View Full Profile

Judy Ou

Judy Ou, PhD

Research Scientist

Dr. Ou is an epidemiologist with the Kirchhoff Group. She provides support in study design and statistical methods related to studies of young cancer survivors and other relevant topics. Her research interest is the exploration of how environmental and clinical factors may together affect the survival and severity of treatment-related morbidity among cancer survivors.

Eduardo Zamora

Eduardo Zamora, MPH

Data and Project Manager

Eduardo has a Masters of Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles with a concentration in Community Health Sciences. He is interested in health disparities and equitable access to health services, and has a long history working in community health settings. He is developing his research analytic skills in cancer control and population studies with Dr. Fluchel and Dr. Kirchhoff.

Anne Kirchhoff, PhD

Principal Investigator

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

Phone: 801-587-4084
Fax: 801-585-0900
Follow the Kirchhoff lab on Instagram