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CSDE Seminar Series

Population Research Discovery Seminars

A Race Conscious Approach to Investigating U.S. Endometrial Cancer Inequity

Kemi Doll, School of Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Washington

Hans Rosling Center Room 101

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12:30-1:30 PM PT

101 Hans Rosling Center

101 Hans Rosling Center


Population Health Initiative

This talk will focus on the use of theoretical frameworks of racial health inequity to organize and execute a research program designed to improve survival of Black women with endometrial cancer in the US using quantitative, qualitative, and community engaged work.

Kemi M. Doll, MD, MCSR, is a gynecologic oncologist in the UW Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She specializes in the surgical and medical treatment of uterine, ovarian, cervical, and vulvar cancers.

Dr. Doll’s clinical interests include surgery, chemotherapy, and hormonal therapy for gynecologic cancers; and minimally invasive robotic surgery.

Dr. Doll is honored to be a part of a patient’s cancer care team. She believes every patient deserves honesty, respect, and compassion. She brings those values with her to work every day, and is energized by the unique relationship that she has with each patient and their family.

View Dr. Doll’s research

Dr. Doll earned her bachelor’s degree from Duke University and her medical degree from Columbia University in New York City. She then travelled to Chicago, IL to complete her residency in OB/GYN at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and on to North Carolina to complete fellowship training in gynecologic oncology at UNC Hospitals.