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Sarah Jackson Selected for Sexual and Gender Minority Health Researcher Spotlight

, by DCEG Staff

Sarah S. Jackson, Ph.D., independent research scholar in the Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch, was selected for the NIH Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Health Researcher Spotlight in September 2021. In an interview, Dr. Jackson discussed her research interests in SGM cancer health disparities, her career path, her mentors, and more.

Read the full interview with Dr. Jackson.
 
The Sexual and Gender Minority Research Office launched its Researcher Spotlight web feature in June 2020 to highlight successful early-stage and established NIH-funded investigators in the field of SGM health research.

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