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Anne C. Kirchhoff, PhD, MPH

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments: Pediatrics - Associate Professor, Nursing - Adjunct Instructor, Population Health Sciences - Adjunct Associate Professor

Divisions: Health System Innovation and Research, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Academic Office Information

Anne.Kirchhoff@hci.utah.edu

Research Interests

  • Cancer Survivorship
  • Childhood Cancer
  • Late Effects

Anne C. Kirchhoff, PhD, MPH is a tenured Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and a Huntsman Cancer Institute Investigator in the Cancer Control and Population Sciences Research Program. As a health services researcher, her program primarily concerns evaluating patient outcomes related to healthcare access and cancer late effects, and developing interventions for childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors, with a focus on addressing the social and financial consequences of cancer. Dr. Kirchhoff leads a range of studies from interventions at Huntsman Cancer Institute and Primary Children’s Hospital to statewide analyses of survivor outcomes using the Utah Population Database. Her research interests also include using large, population-based surveys to examine socioeconomic outcomes of cancer survivors. Dr. Kirchhoff has a strong history of funding as a Principal Investigator from both institutional grant support and external funding via the NIH and foundations, including an NCI R01 to develop and test insurance educational materials for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Since 2007, she has collaborated with and led several studies with the national Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS). Most recently, she is a Co-Investigator of an American Cancer Society grant to test an insurance navigation program with survivors recruited from this cohort.

Dr. Kirchhoff completed her doctoral degree in the Department of Health Services at the University of Washington School of Public Health, where she was funded by the National Cancer Institute’s R25 Education and Career Development Program. She also received her MPH in Health Education and Behavioral Science from the School of Public Health at Saint Louis University.

Education History

Research Fellow Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Biobehavioral Cancer Prevention and Control NCI R25 Training Program
Research Fellow
Doctoral Training University of Washington School of Public Health
Health Services
Ph.D.
Internship Association of Schools of Public Health
Summer Internship Program Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Intern
Graduate Training Saint Louis University School of Public Health
Behavioral Science/Health Education
M.P.H.
Undergraduate Tulane University
Anthropology and Psychology
B.A.