Dr. Kantor’s research centers on understanding how modifiable exposures, such as obesity, drugs, and supplements, relate to cancer risk and survival. She seeks to address these research interests through use of data from a variety of sources, including a number of epidemiologic cohorts, nationally representative surveys, and integrated healthcare delivery systems. Before moving to Memorial Sloan Kettering, Dr. Kantor completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health, a PhD in Epidemiology at the University of Washington, and an MPH at the University of Michigan.
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