Mission: To research survivorship issues during and after treatment for cancer and test interventions to improve quality of life and outcomes.
Dr. Rachel I. Vogel is an Assistant Professor in Gynecology Oncology with a strong interest in cancer survivorship. As the number of cancer survivors increases, the long-term effects of the disease and treatment have become a substantial public health concern. Our research focuses on what issues patients face once they are diagnosed with cancer and beyond.
Kit Brown is a research support staff member for Dr. Rachel Vogel. She is actively involved in patient recruitment and data collection and management for all GOLD related studies.
Patricia Jewett, PhD
Patricia is a postdoctoral associate, working with Dr. Rachel Vogel and Dr. Anne Blaes from the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation. Patricia received her PhD in Population Health Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In her research, Patricia is interested in quality of life outcomes among cancer patients, particularly of relatively young adult patients. Within the GOLD study, Patricia will help analyze the data and identify potential interventions to improve quality of life among women with gynecologic cancers.
We are grateful to the following funding agencies that support our work:
- Minnesota Masonic Charities
- Masonic Cancer Center Women's Health Research Scholar (2015-2018)
- American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant (2016-2018)
- Melanoma Research Alliance - The Wayne Stinchcomb Big Orange Foundation-MRA Young Investigator Award (2018-2021)
- Department of Defense Ovarian Cancer Research Program - Early Career Award (2019-2023)
- American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant (2019 - 2023)