Dr. Doll studies quality-of-life changes after cancer surgery and outcomes of gynecologic oncology patients on a population level.
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, has received a Postdoctoral Award for Research Excellence from the University.
Dr. Doll formally received the award at the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs awards ceremony Nov. 20.
Her clinical experiences led her to be interested in both quality-of-life changes after cancer surgery and outcomes of gynecologic oncology patients on a population level. She is also working on several projects mapping the referral patterns and outcomes of North Carolina gynecologic cancer patients, with a focus on identifying and improving disparities in care.
UNC’s Office of Postdoctoral Affairs gives Postdoctoral Awards for Research Excellence in recognition of the research promise demonstrated by individual postdoctoral scholars. The awards are open to postdoctoral scholars in all disciplines and are designed to assist postdoctoral scholars in their continued professional development by supporting the recipients in conference travel, purchasing books, lab materials, or engaging in other scholarly activities that directly enhance the individual’s professional growth.
Each recipient receives a monetary award of a $1,000 along with a plaque.