Research Staff

  • Rose Juhasz, PhD

    Dr. Juhasz provides oversight and coordination of all research and administrative activities related to the P01 program project grant, “The Challenges of Individualizing Treatments for Patients with Breast Cancer”. Dr. Juhasz is supervisor of the Research Management Team and leads program strategic planning, organizational structuring, resource allocation, stakeholder engagement, and NIH reporting activities. She leads…

  • Paul Abrahamse, MA

    Paul Abrahamse is a Clinical Data Analyst at the University of Michigan and a lead statistician for CanSORT. He received his Masters degree from Duke University in the department of economics. Paul has been a research associate with CanSORT since 2003.  He is responsible for creating the high quality patient, provider and merged datasets that…

  • Stefanie Goodell, BS

    Stefanie Goodell earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Michigan in 2005. After which she spent 5 years as a research technician in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In 2010, Stefanie became the laboratory manager for Dr. James Ferrara in the Pediatrics Bone Marrow Transplant Program. It was there that she received…

  • Kent A Griffith, MS, MPH

    Kent A Griffith is a Statistician, Expert at the University of Michigan. He has both a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree and a Master of Science (MS) in Biostastistics. He has broad expertise in the biostatistical methods used in cancer research, including clinical trial design and observational research studies.  Since 2000, Kent has been…

  • Alex Jeanpierre, MPH

    Alex Jeanpierre earned her Master of Public Health degree in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public Health. In her previous work, she has conducted research in community settings in the areas of nutrition and health, decision making, and health communication. As part of…

  • Kamaria Lee, BA

    Kamaria Lee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Harvard University in 2016. She also took extensive coursework on Global Health and Health Policy and Spanish. While at Harvard, she received qualitative methods training and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Sociology, analyzing interviews about women’s health issues in El Salvador. After…