I was the founder and Director of the Center for Immigrant Health, NYU School of Medicine, of the NYU Cancer Institute CORE Center (Cancer Outreach, Outcomes and Research for Equity), and of the Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Human Migration concentration in the NYU Global Masters of Public Health program. I am now the founding Chief of the Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities Service and the Center for Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities at MSKCC. I have served as the Principal Investigator on a number of pioneering immigrant health studies and programs in the areas of cancer treatment adherence and quality of life, health disparities, language access and cultural responsiveness, technology and immigrant health, and health care access. My translational community-engaged work has led to the development of long-term policy and programmatic changes.
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