Pamela C. Hull, Ph.D., is the Associate Director of Population Science and Community Impact in the University of Kentucky (UK) Markey Cancer Center (MCC), and an Associate Professor of Behavioral Science in the UK College of Medicine. As Associate Director, she leads the MCC Community Impact Office to oversee MCC’s community outreach and engagement (COE) functions, and she oversees MCC’s population science research agenda and infrastructure. The mission of the MCC Community Impact Office is to accelerate the translation of scientific research findings to everyday practice in community and clinical settings, across the cancer care continuum from prevention through survivorship. The Office has three objectives: 1) identify community priorities for reducing cancer burden and disparities in KY, 2) facilitate bidirectional research that responds to community needs and priorities, and 3) disseminate and implement sustainable, evidence-based practices and policies.
Dr. Hull earned her undergraduate degree in sociology from Duke University and completed both a master’s degree and doctorate in sociology from Vanderbilt University. Prior to joining UK, Hull was an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in the Department of Medicine, Division of Epidemiology, and she served as Associate Director of Community Outreach and Engagement for the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville.
Dr. Hull serves as Associate Director of Population Science and Community Impact in the UK Markey Cancer Center. In this role, she leads the Community Impact Office to oversee the cancer center’s community outreach and engagement functions, and she oversees MCC’s population science research agenda and infrastructure.
- Associate Professor of Behavioral Science
- William Stamps Farish Endowed Chair in Cancer Research
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