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Ingrid Oakley-Girvan

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Bio

Academic Appointments

Administrative Appointments

  • Consulting Assistant Professor, Department of Health Research and Policy, Stanford University School of Medicine (2007 - present)
  • Member, Stanford Cancer Institute (2006 - present)
  • Research Scientist II, CPIC (2006 - present)

Professional Education

B.S.: University of Michigan, Biology (1987)
M.P.H.: Tulane University, Epidemiology (1992)
Ph.D.: Stanford University School of Medicine, Epidemiology (2002)

Research & Scholarship

Current Research and Scholarly Interests

Genetic epidemiology: Identifying genes that increase susceptibility to cancer or are related to poor survival is a primary interest of Dr. Oakley-Girvan. She is part of the International Consortium for Prostate Cancer Genetics and a member in an international breast and ovarian cancer research group. Through these collaborative teams, which include a broad base of investigators from many institutions and genetic samples from many projects, Dr. Oakley-Girvan is able to focus on investigating genes that may increase a person's susceptibility to prostate, ovarian and breast cancer. In addition, she aims to identify environmental factors that reduce an individual's risk of these cancers, as well as decrease their risk of cancer recurrence and improve their chance of survival.

Survivorship: Dr. Oakley-Girvan is also actively evaluating factors associated with cancer treatment choice, quality of care, treatment outcomes and quality of life. With interests throughout the cancer survivorship continuum and an emphasis on understanding why there are disparities in survivor care, Dr. Oakley-Girvan is also focused on creating solutions. She plans to follow her current studies with education and intervention projects that will effect meaningful change, improve the life of survivors and help eliminate, or, at the very least, reduce cancer health care disparities.

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