I’m passionate about translating and sharing cancer research in a way that is accessible for people everywhere. At ACS, I’m inspired by the reach of our work and the lives we touch – from informing health policy and screening guidelines, to supporting Americans in making decisions that will reduce their risk of cancer.”
As an Associate Scientist II on the Surveillance & Health Equity Science team, Lauren Nisotel, MPH, conducts research and provides analytical support for American Cancer Society (ACS) projects that address health disparities across the cancer continuum. Her research focuses on emerging trends in cancer incidence, mortality, survival, and disparities.
Before joining the ACS, Nisotel’s research addressed how to reduce health disparities among people with cancer and historically underserved communities with HIV. Her master’s thesis examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on antiretroviral therapy adherence among Black/African Americans with HIV in Atlanta.
Nisotel’s research interests include:
For a full list of Nisotel’s publications, visit her Google Scholar page.