Erika Trapl

According to a 2020 @ACSCAN survey, out-of-pocket costs for #biomarker testing was prohibitive—29% of patients who discussed treatment plans with their providers and decided to forgo biomarker testing did so because of limited insurance coverage.… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

NEW PAR: Measures and Methods to Advance Research on Minority Health and Health Disparities-Related Constructs #SDOH-- Contact NCI Program Staff to discuss feedback on research aims! @NCIBehaviors @NCI_ImplSci @NCICareDelivRes… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

A new Cleveland mayor, a new opportunity for #food #justice: Michelle B. Jackson and Gwendolyn Garth… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

"At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 21.7% of American adults were food insecure...The association btw food insecurity & negative health outcomes...among children & adults is one of the underlying causes of health disparities in the US." @prchn Retweeted by Erika Trapl

And there we have it, the full lineup of events for #BlackinCancerWeek21 🥳💃🏾 We can’t wait to ‘meet’ you all at the RollCall this Sunday to kickstart a week of #Empower -ing events 🥳 Visit our website to register: Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Were you diagnosed with cancer between ages 18-49? Please share your experience in a confidential, 30-min online survey to help us id priority areas to improve reproductive health after #cancer & its treatments. #REACTStudy #fertility Link to survey: Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Today @acscan volunteers asked their federal lawmakers to support increased funding for cancer research & cancer prevention programs; make the expanded ACA tax credits permanent & co-sponsor #HR194/ #S1873. Are you listening OH? #CancerLobbyDay #OhioFightsCancer Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Happy Monday! Registration is open our next #PRCHNseminar! Join Dr. Owusua Yamoah on October 13th to learn more about her work around spatial dynamics of food insecurity assistance. Learn more and register at Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Thanks to everyone who has registered so far for the next #PRCHNSeminar. We are all looking forward to Dr. Yamoah's presentation! Register at and please like, retweet, and share with your friends & colleagues! #happymonday Retweeted by Erika Trapl

This is definitely a must-read. Thanks @AmandaYKong for sharing this!…

Never promote overwork. It's not a sign of passion or dedication, it's misguided & deeply unhealthy. Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Please share/consider applying for this wonderful opportunity to engage in cancer disparities research here in CLE:… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Areas of expertise include, but not limited to, cancer screening and early detection, obesity, tobacco, cancer communication, prevention and intervention, dissemination and implementation research.

The applicant’s program of research will be supported by the Cancer Center’s Office of Community Outreach and Engagement (that's me!), which facilitates bidirectional engagement of community partners in cancer center member research.

Come join a vibrant and growing cadre of researchers focused on community engaged research, multidisciplinary team science, and translation and dissemination of evidence-based research

Asst/Assoc level with cancer disp research agenda with a particular focus on determinants of disparities related to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic circumstance, and/or residence in rural communities

#CancerDisparities Research Colleagues--are you on the market, or do you know someone who is? Please consider applying for our open position at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center!…

Our PRCHN family is heartbroken about the passing of our friend Rev. Stanley Miller. He was a champion for his community and had a heart and smile that reached beyond Cleveland. Thank you, Stanley, for your wisdom, presence, and commitment to service. We will miss you greatly. Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Interested in advancing equity and community engagement in implementation science? Please join the conversation and register at this link: #healthequity #impsci #Community-engagement #healthequity #impsci… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. In Ohio, prostate cancer is most frequently diagnosed in men aged 65-74. Learn more about your risk factors: Retweeted by Erika Trapl

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Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!