Sara Strollo, MPH

Research Analyst, Behavioral Research Center

Sara Strollo, MPH joined the Behavioral Research Center as a Research Analyst in May 2016. She is involved in research projects related to cancer survivorship and patient reported outcomes. Her primary focus is on the Study of Cancer Survivors, a nationwide, population-based longitudinal study of quality of life among cancer survivors as they progress through the survivorship continuum. Her responsibilities include project management, data management and analysis, and manuscript writing.

Ms. Strollo received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Virginia Tech and a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to joining the American Cancer Society, Ms. Strollo worked at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Aging and Population Health and completed a research training fellowship at the National Institutes of Health.