Speakers Series: Dr. Kimberly Johnson




Please join us!

ICHAD & SMART Africa Speaker Series

A presentation by Dr. Kimberly Johnson

 “Addressing Pediatric Cancer Survival Disparities in Low and High Income Countries

12-1PM on Tuesday, April 16th 
Brown Lounge, Brown Hall,
Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis

(Free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided)

Please register here

Dr. Kimberly Johnson
Dr. Johnson is an associate professor at the Brown School and a cancer epidemiologist with over a decade of research experience. Her experience includes designing and managing projects, collecting and organizing data, conducting analyses using a number of different statistical tools, supervising staff, and mentoring students/trainees across levels from project conception to completion. She has spent much of her research career focused on the etiology of pediatric cancer in both the general and high-risk populations. More recently, she has become engaged in research relating to disparities in access to care among children and young adults diagnosed with cancer in both the U.S. and Sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Johnson chairs the Epidemiology and Biostatistics specialization in the Brown School’s Master of Public Health program.