Anita Y. Kinney, MSN, PhD
- Cancer Prevention and Control
- Transitional Behavior Cancer Genetics
- Behavioral Research
- Departments: Internal Medicine - Adjunct Professor, Nursing - Adjunct Professor
- Divisions: Epidemiology
Cancer prevention and control; behavioral and clinical cancer genetics; behavioral and social epidemiology.
|Postdoctoral Fellowship||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention, and Control
|Doctoral Training||University of Texas
|Post Graduate Training||University of Texas Medical Branch
Adult Nurse Practitioner
|Graduate Training||University of Texas, Medical Branch
|Graduate Training||University of Pennsylvania
|Undergraduate||Seton Hall University
- Kinney AY, Simonsen SE, Baty BJ, Mandal D, Neuhausen SL, Seggar K, Holubkov R, Smith K (2006). Acceptance of genetic testing for hereditary breast ovarian cancer among study enrollees from an African American kindred. Am J Med Genet A, 140(8), 813-26.
- Kinney AY, Bloor LE, Mandal D, Simonsen SE, Baty BJ, Holubkov R, Seggar K, Neuhausen S, Smith K (2005). The impact of receiving genetic test results on general and cancer-specific psychologic distress among members of an African-American kindred with a BRCA1 mutation. Cancer, 104(11), 2508-16.
- Kinney AY, Bloor LE, Martin C, Sandler RS (2005). Social ties and colorectal cancer screening among Blacks and Whites in North Carolina. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 14(1), 182-9.
- Kinney AY, Bloor LE, Dudley WN, Millikan RC, Marshall E, Martin C, Sandler RS (2003). Roles of religious involvement and social support in the risk of colon cancer among Blacks and Whites. Am J Epidemiol, 158(11), 1097-107.