Research Projects 


Racial Disparities in Hypertension Amongst Breast Cancer Survivors

We are looking to better understand the relationship between stress and coping, and the development of high blood pressure in women who have completed or are currently receiving treatment for breast cancer. We are trying to learn more about why certain women are more likely to have hypertension when compared to other women. This information will provide more information about breast cancer survivors' stress during and after treatment and how women deal with stress. 


Calling all women! We're looking for participants for our Racial Disparities in hypertension Amongst Breast Cancer Survivors study. No affiliation with VCUHealth required! Interested in learning more or sharing your experiences? See flyer below and click the link below to fill out our short interest form and a member of our research team will be in touch




Research Study Interest Form


Social Drivers of Health and Clinical Trials Engagement in Black Breast and Gynecological Cancer Survivors 

We are looking to better understand how social determinants of health may impact cancer survivors' thoughts about clinical trials and willingness to participate in a clinical trial.