Deborah Driscoll, BA, CCRC

Program Manager, Survey Research

Ms. Deborah Driscoll is a program manager in the Statistics & Evaluation Center (SEC) in the Intramural Research Department at the American Cancer Society. She plays an instrumental role in the design, construction and administration of surveys, as well as in the analysis and reporting of survey results. These results are used for the mission-critical evaluation of programs, projects, initiatives, services, and meetings that are relevant to efficient and effective mission delivery.

Ms. Driscoll works with various departments and divisions across the Society to evaluate multiple Society programs, including breast, colorectal, and cervical cancer projects. She also supports the evaluation of national meetings and trainings for major Society program areas. Ms. Driscoll also assists with statistical analyses to aide in the successful operation of the (SEC).

Ms. Driscoll completed her undergraduate degree in Statistics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to joining the American Cancer Society in 2008, she spent 28 years at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, in Buffalo, NY working in the Departments of Biostatistics, Surgical Oncology and Clinical Research Services. She has been a co-author on over 100 publications. Ms. Driscoll received her CCRC (Certified Clinical Research Coordinator) through the Academy of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) in 2001 and was recently recognized for 10 years of continued certification maintenance. She was on the Item Writing Committee for the ACRP CCRC exam for several years and has presented at numerous ACRP Global Conferences. Ms. Driscoll has also been a peer reviewer for articles submitted to The Monitor (journal of the ACRP) when the article has a statistical component.