UNC Research is promoting Carolina’s star female researchers in 2016.


Dr. Kemi Doll, a clinical instructor in the UNC OB-GYN Division of Gynecologic Oncology and a Cancer Care Quality Training Program Post-Doctoral Fellow at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, was featured in Endeavors magazine’s new project Women In Science Wednesday.

“I wanted to be a researcher because I noticed that the way women receive care (or don’t receive it) for gynecologic cancers varies widely. I am really interested in zooming in — to study how surgery affects quality of life for women on a cancer journey — and zooming out — to study how our health care system succeeds or fails women with this diagnosis,” said Dr. Doll in the piece.

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