Gloria D. Coronado, PhD, MS, BA
Affiliate Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Associate Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center,
Dr. Coronado's research interests include community interventions; clinic-based interventions; health behavior and health promotion; pesticide exposure pathways; participant recruitment and enrollment strategies; and student training. She specializes in research involving the Latino population.
PhD, Epidemiology, University of Washington, SPH 2001
MS, Epidemiology, University of Washington, SPH 1999
BA, Psychology, Stanford University 1993
- Hispanic Cancer Network to Reduce Cancer Disparities
- Undergraduate Training Program for Underrepresented Students U54 CA132381
- Radionovela to Address Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine for Rural Hispanics
The overall goal of this project is to use Spanish language radio to disseminate culturally appropriate information about cervical cancer, HPV, and the HPV vaccine to the Hispanic population in the Lower Yakima Valley.
- SIP 3 Intervention to Increase Screening for Cervical Cancer in Women of Mexican Descent
The overall goal of this project is to evaluate the efficacy of the AMIGAS program (an intervention prototype developed to increase the use of cervical cancer screening in women of Mexican heritage) and its separate components, compared with usual care, in a randomized controlled trial.
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