Hospital Research Teams

Genomics, Risk, and Health Decision-Making Laboratory

Overview

Jennifer L. Hay
Attending Psychologist; Director, Genomics, Risk & Health Decision-Making Laboratory
Jada G. Hamilton
Associate Attending Psychologist; Co-Director, Genomics, Risk & Health Decision-Making Laboratory

The mission of the Genomics, Risk, and Health Decision-Making Laboratory, launched in 2016 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is to optimize the translation of novel discoveries regarding cancer risk and genomics into clinical practice. Our research concerns cancer risk perceptions and health decision-making in patients, families, healthcare providers, and members of the general public across diverse populations and settings.

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Jennifer L. Hay

Attending Psychologist; Director, Genomics, Risk & Health Decision-Making Laboratory

Jada G. Hamilton

Associate Attending Psychologist; Co-Director, Genomics, Risk & Health Decision-Making Laboratory

Members

Etson Barthelus

Clinical Research Coordinator

Phillip Camille

Clinical Research Supervisor

Sigrid Carlsson

Assistant Attending Epidemiologist

Anthony Chicaiza

Research Project Associate

Rosario Colon

Office Coordinator

Catherine Fanjoy

Clinical Research Coordinator

Susan Holland

Clinical Research Manager

Sabrina Oliveros

Clinical Research Coordinator

Hannah Ovadia

Clinical Research Coordinator

Caroline Salafia

Predoctoral Research Fellow

Gina S. Yanza

Clinical Research Coordinator

Alumni
Isabel Pagán-López

Clinical Research Coordinator

Malwina Tulman

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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