Webinars

Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey

This webinar featured Dr. Deanna Attai from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA who discussed the findings from her pilot study titled, "The Male Breast Cancer Collateral Damage Survey," which was supported by the Love Research Army.

The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction

This webinar featured Dr. Nishant Ganesh Kumar from the University of Michigan who discussed the findings from his study titled, "The Financial Impact of Pursuing Breast Reconstruction," which was supported by the Love Research Army.  

Exploring the Effects of Genomic Testing on Fear of Cancer Recurrence among Breast Cancer Survivors

This webinar featured Maurade Gormley, MSN, from New York University, who discussed the quantitative findings from her study titled, "Exploring the Effects of Genomic Testing on Fear of Cancer Recurrence among Breast Cancer Survivors," which was supported by the Love Research Army.

Physical Activity Intervention in Breast Cancer Survivors

This webinar featured Michael C. Robertson, PhD, MPH and Karen Basen-Engquist, PhD, MPH from the University of Texas, who conducted a study titled, "Physical Activity Intervention in Breast Cancer Survivors," which was supported by the Love Research Army. Dr. Robertson discussed the study's findings and answered questions from webinar attendees.

Our Breast Health: The Access Study

This webinar featured Lorraine Dean, ScD, and Tonia Poteat, PhD, of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who conducted a study titled, "Our Breast Health: The Access Study," which was supported by the Love Research Army. Dr. Dean and Dr. Poteat discuss the results of their study and answer questions from our Senior Director of Clinical Research, Leah Eshraghi, MPH, and webinar attendees.

Research + Love: Fostering Diversity and Inclusion in Breast Cancer Research

This webinar featured panelists Dr. Susan Love, Michael Kovarik, Michael Singer, and Dr. Athena Starlard-Davenport. The panelists discussed the limitations met by people of minority backgrounds, such as the LGBTQ+ population and people of color, that often impede them from participating in breast cancer research studies. 

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