Sarah Kobrin

Sarah Kobrin, PhD, MPH is best known for her work in HPV vaccine uptake, use of health behavior theory, cancer screening, and promoting HDRP’s focus on the effects of organizational characteristics on cancer prevention and control. She is currently Chief of the Health Systems & Interventions Research Branch at the National Cancer Institute, a position she has held since 2015. Under her leadership, the scientists, fellows and staff in the branch promote research improve cancer care delivery by accounting for multilevel influences, the role of Information Technology, and the performance of healthcare teams. Dr. Kobrin manages and conducts health systems and behavioral research related to uptake of the HPV vaccine, shared medical decision making, cancer screening, use of theory in applied research, and behavioral and theoretical measurement.

Last Updated: 14 Feb, 2020