Colorectal cancer is a preventable and treatable disease that no one has to die from. In this virtual seminar, Dr. Charles R. Rogers will share how he utilized novel approaches, team science and community-based participatory research to reduce colorectal cancer disparities among African American men and other socially vulnerable populations.
Dr. Rogers is an associate professor of epidemiology and social sciences in the Institute for Health and Equity at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). He is also an MCW Cancer Center research scholar endowed chair, the inaugural associate director of community outreach and engagement for MCW’s Cancer Center, and the founding director of his Men’s Health Inequities Research Lab.
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