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Michelle Brotzman, M.P.H.

Study Manager, Connect for Cancer Prevention Study
Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics
Trans-Divisional Research Program/Connect Coordinating Center

NCI Shady Grove | Room 7E446

Michelle Brotzman, M.P.H., is study manager for the DCEG Connect for Cancer Prevention Study. In this role, she manages the Connect Coordinating Center and works closely with the Steering Committee on the day-to-day study management. In particular, she assists Dr. Mia Gaudet with program coordination of integrated health care system sites, biorepository, support service and information technology.

Ms. Brotzman has over 20 years of experience supporting cancer epidemiology studies. Prior to joining the NCI, she served as a senior study director at Westat for 10 years. During that time, she was involved in numerous projects for DCEG and DCCPS, including the Ghana Breast Health Study, the China Benzene Cohort Study, several pooling and genome-wide association study projects for the NCI Cohort Consortium, and management of the Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch support services contract. Prior to Westat, she served as a study manager on cancer and molecular epidemiology studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Urology, and the Georgetown University Lombardi Cancer Center.