With R01 funding from the National Cancer Institute, PC3I Faculty Lisa Schwartz is leading a project to reengage adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer in long term follow-up care to improve health outcomes and reduce disparities.
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A project led by PC3I Faculty Tamara Cadet and Ravi Parikh is developing a food insecurity screening tool specific to rural-based individuals with cancer to improve treatment adherence and health outcomes.
A project led by PC3I Faculty, Meredith Doherty is using a predictive algorithm to monitor financial toxicity in cancer patients and refer them to local on-site financial advocates.
An APP-led clinic embedded in infusion at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine will improve care coordination and delivery for patients with leukemia receiving infusion therapy.
PC3I's Lindsey Zinck has initiated a demonstration project for Penn Cancer Cavalry, which extends the at-home and virtual health services of the Penn Cavalry program to patients with cancer.