HPRIR executive faculty member Daniel Hall, Ph.D., has excitedly been invited to share his presentation: “Living with Vasculitis: Managing uncertainty about pain, fatigue, and sleep” at the 2023 International Vasculitis Symposium! The conference will take place July 14-16th in Chicago, IL. Learn more about the conference and register here!
Congratulations to HPRIR faculty member, Efren Flores, M.D., on being named this year’s recipient of the Tufts University J. David Naparstek Community Mentor Award! This award is given to a public health professional who demonstrates a commitment to excellence through their work as a practioner and mentor.
HPRIR Director Elyse Park, Ph.D. and faculty members Joanna Streck, Ph.D. and Rachel Rosen, Ph.D.discuss substance use among individuals with cancer and describe different cognitive and behavioral strategies for managing substance use in this webinar conducted by the MGH Cancer Center! Watch the full webinar here:
The results of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society 2023 Election are in! Congratulations to HPRIR faculty member, Kelly Irwin, MD, on her appointment to President-Elect. Learn more about APOS and the position here.
Congratulations to Efren Flores, MD, on his Career Development (K) Award! The funded project aims to assess feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of a digitally-delivered educational video to increase interest and scheduling of lung cancer screening among Hispanic patients. Full description: Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer-specific mortality in Read more…
Daniel Hall, PhD, publishes paper, “Validation of the Lee-Jones Theoretical Model of Fear of Cancer Recurrence Among Breast Cancer Survivors using a Structural Equation Modelling Approach,” in Psycho-Oncology
Congratulations to HPRIR Core Faculty member, Daniel Hall, PhD, and team on the publication of their paper, “Validation of the Lee-Jones Theoretical Model of Fear of Cancer Recurrence Among Breast Cancer Survivors using a Structual Equation Modelling Approach,” in the journal of Psycho-Oncology! Abstract available to be read here. Citation: Read more…
HPRIR faculty, staff, and clinical research coordinators came together on 12/14 for a celebratory holiday lunch and cookie decorating event! We welcomed our new staff assistant, Emma Einhorn, and expressed our gratitude for HPRIR undergraduate intern, Peri Barest, on her last day in the office. Featured, from left to right: Read more…
HPRIR CRC Reid Anctil receives 2nd place win for his poster, “Exploring the relationships of resilience and depression with physical symptom bother among older adults” at Osher Network Forum Poster Sessions!
Congratulations to HPRIR CRC Reid Anctil on his poster’s 2nd place win in the Clinical Research Category! Anctil’s poster, titled, “Exploring the relationships of resilience and depression with physical symptom bother among older adults,” was presented at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Network Forum Poster Sessions.
Lucy Finkelstein-Fox, PhD, and CRCs Autumn Rasmussen and Cayley Bliss, present at the Scientific Network on Female Sexual Health and Cancer Meeting!
On 11/17, HPRIR faculty member Lucy Finkelstein-Fox and CRCs Autumn Rasmussen and Cayley Bliss presented at the Scientific Network on Female Sexual Health and Cancer Meeting, held at Yale University. Their poster presented findings from the MGH Mind Body Resiliency Groups for cancer survivors, indicating that more targeted interentions for Read more…
Lucy Finkelstein-Fox, PhD, to lead DF/HCC Outcomes Research Seminar, “Stress, Coping, and Sexual Well-being in Cancer Survivorship” on November 1st, 2022!
On 11/1, HPRIR faculty member, Lucy Finkelstein-Fox, PhD, will lead the DF/HCC Outcomes Research Seminar, “Stress, Coping, and Sexual Well-being in Cancer Survivorship.” The seminar will take place on 11/1 from 9AM-10AM via Zoom, or in-person at Dana 1130. https://dfci.zoom.us/j/91871750031?pwd=WnU3TEx0alp2QTFpbk9zMHBHd3EyUT09