Dr. Christy will be part of a cohort of ten investigators who will enhance their research and leadership skills in the area of HPV vaccination and cancer prevention efforts.
Lab members celebrate the holidays and New Year.
Pictured, from left, are: Carol Boxtha, Mariana Arevalo, Cyril Patra, Veronica Barrios-Monroy, Shannon Christy, and Alissa Pena.
Current and past Christy Lab members participated in the 2022 Miles for Moffitt event--always a fun event!
Pictured, from left, are: Cyril Patra, Shannon Christy, Carol Boxtha, and Maria Nieto.
Erin Park presenting her poster at ICEC
Summer 2022 trainees, Erin Park and Joyce Cui, represented the team and presented posters at ICEC in College Park, Maryland (pictured, center).
Dr. Arevalo’s presentation titled “Human papillomavirus vaccine uptake among Hispanic/Latino young and mid-aged adults in the United States” described preliminary findings from a web-based survey assessing health behavior, demographic and health care factors associated with HPV vaccine uptake among Hispanic individuals. Findings from this study will help develop targeted educational interventions promoting HPV vaccination among Hispanic young adults in the United States.
Rania presented a poster on behalf of the CARES HCV pilot project team titled “Resource utilization and cost assessment: Design of a tracking tool for a colorectal cancer screening and hepatitis C virus educational intervention trial.”
Dr. Christy presented a poster titled “Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine uptake and intentions among adults ages 18-45 years living in the United States.”
Dr. Christy presented a poster titled “Human papillomavirus vaccine uptake among Latino young and mid-age adults in the United States.”