Racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in cancer outcomes, patient and community engagement in cancer clinical trials, lung cancer
BS: Tufts University, 1995; MPH: George Washington University, 1999; MD: University of Iowa, 2004; Residency: Boston Medical Center, 2004-2007; Hospitalist: Brigham and women’s Hospital, 2007-2008; Hematology/Oncology Fellow: Boston Medical Center, 2008-2011; Staff Oncologist, Boston Medical Center, 2011-2018; Research Fellow: Boston Medical Center, 2011-2013; MSc: Boston University School of Public Health, 2013; Assistant Professor of Medicine: Boston Medical Center, 2013-2018; Assistant Professor of Medicine: University of North Carolina,2018 to present
Research and Clinical Interests
Dr. Charlot specializes in the medical management of lung cancer with a particular interest in locally advanced and metastatic disease. Her research interests include racial disparities in cancer outcomes, interventions to improve cancer care delivery for medically underserved populations, and the influence of patient and provider characteristics on cancer outcomes. Her most recent project focuses on patient and community engagement to help address low minority patient participation in cancer clinical trials.