Janet de Moor
Janet S. de Moor, PhD, MPH is a Behavioral Scientist and Program Director in the Healthcare Assessment Research Branch (HARB) of the Healthcare Delivery Research Program. Prior to joining HARB, she was affiliated with the Office of Cancer Survivorship.
Dr. de Moor received her Master of Public Health degree and Doctorate in Behavioral Science from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health. She then went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard School of Public Health. Before coming to NCI in 2011, Dr. de Moor was an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Behavior and Health Promotion at The Ohio State University College of Public Health.
Dr. de Moor's research and programmatic interests include the economic burden of cancer with an emphasis on cancer survivorship and the impact of cancer on employment. Dr. de Moor is the NCI scientific lead for the National Health Interview Survey Cancer Control Supplement. She co-leads Precision Medicine – a Survey of Physicians’ Practices and Experiences, a nationally representative survey of medical oncologists to characterize the use genomic testing in practice. She also co-leads the Adherence Network, a trans-NIH initiative providing leadership and vision for adherence research at NIH.