Marjorie Kagawa Singer

La Professoressa Marjorie Kagawa-Singer è docente presso la School of Public Health dell'UCLA - University of California, Los Angeles.
È ricercatore nell'intera area di Los Angeles per il National Cancer Institute (NCI) nei progetti Asian American Network on Cancer Awareness, Research and Training AANCART e Minority Training Program for Cancer Control Research.
Ha recentemente ottenuto grants e awards dal National Institute of Health per studi condotti sulla qualità della vita degli asiatici-americani sopravvissuti al cancro. La professoressa Kagawa Singer è membro del National American Cancer Society Board, dell'UCLA School of Public Health Center for Health Policy Research, del Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, del UC-wide Multi-campus Research Program: AAPI Policy Initiative. Dirige la rivista scientifica "AAPI NEXUS: Asian American and Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community".

Dr. Marjorie Kagawa Singer Ph.D., MA, MN, RN, FAAN, is Professor, UCLA School of Public Health and Department of Asian American Studies Department.
She is also Regional principal investigator in Los Angeles for the NCI funded national Asian American Network on Cancer Awareness, Research and Training (AANCART) and the UCLA NCI funded Minority Training Program for Cancer Control Research.  She recently was awarded an R01 grant on quality of life and survivorship for Asian American Cancer Survivors and a second grant through the NIH-OBSSR on Operationalizing Culture.
Dr. Kagawa-Singer is a member of the National American Cancer Society Board, the UCLA School of Public Health Center for Health Policy Research, the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and the UC-wide Multi-campus Research Program: AAPI Policy Initiative, and is Chief Editor of the journal "AAPI NEXUS: Asian American and Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community".