Group 3G: QOL & Survivorship



Wednesday, Dec 14 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Eastern Time (US/New York)



Poster #P1-08-02

Reducing the knowledge gap in integrative medicine among breast medical oncological professionals: a single cancer center experience

Poster author Ting Bao, M.D. will attend this session

Poster #P5-08-16:

“It’s like Coming Home”: A qualitative  evaluation of project life a virtual wellness community for people living with metastatic breast cancer

Poster authors Mya Roberson, Ph.D. & Joshua Woods, MPH will attend this session

Mentor: Abigail Johnston, Esq

Abigail is a recovering lawyer, living in Florida with her husband and two boys, and has lived with de novo Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) since 2017.  Advocacy and brining the patient voice to all levels of health care and research is her passion and Abigail is honored to serve as a mentor with GRASP as well as on the Inaugural Advisory Board.  You can find her musings on her blog, www.NoHalfMeasures.blog.

Twitter: @AMJohnston1315

Scientist: Shoshana Rosenberg, MPH

Shoshana Rosenberg, ScD, MPH, is a cancer epidemiologist and cancer care delivery researcher whose research focuses on survivorship, quality of life, and treatment decision-making in young adults with breast cancer. Additionally, she is involved in designing and incorporating patient-reported outcomes measures in therapeutic breast cancer clinical trials. Dr. Rosenberg received her B.A. from Binghamton University, completed a Master of Public Health degree at NYU, and a Doctor of Science degree in Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Following an NCI post-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Prevention, a joint program between the Harvard School of Public Health and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, she was a faculty member at Dana-Farber and Harvard Medical School before joining the faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine in May 2021, where she is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences and a member of the Cancer Control and Prevention Program at the Meyer Cancer Center.

Twitter: @ShoshRosenberg