Gwendolyn Quinn

Primary Position: 
Livia Wan M.D. Endowed Chair and Professor OB-GYN Vice-Chair Research Professor Population Health, Center for Medical Ethics NYU School of Medicine
Job Responsibilities: 
Research
Education/Training: 
Psychology
Short Synopsis of Professional Interests: 
My research goals center on the need to understand the determinants of health behavior to improve health communication initiatives. The theme throughout my research has been the application of social marketing toward promotion of improved communication
Training Opportunities at Location: 
Yes
Address: 
550 First Avenue NBV 9N1-C
NY, NY 10016
Phone(s): 
(646) 501-6878
Keywords: 
Adolescent- young adul
survivorship
fertility
quality of life
clinical trials
Publications of Interest: 

 Lake PW, Kasting ML, Dean M, Fuzzell L, Hudson J, Carvajal R, Reed DR, Quinn GP, Vadaparampil, ST. (2020) Exploring patient and provider perspectives on the intersection between fertility, genetics and family building. Supportive care in cancer # 429379

Quinn GP, Peshkin BN, Sehovic I, Bowman M, Tamargo C, Vadaparampil ST. Oncofertility in Adolescent and Young Adult Hereditary Cancer: Considerations for Genetics Professionals. World Journal of Medical Genetics. (In Press).

Taylor M, Klosky J, Quinn GP…. Nahata L. We Can Always Adopt: Perspectives of AYA Males with Cancer and their Family on Alternatives to Biological Parenthood.Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology

 LaRosa, KN; Stern, M; Lynn, C; Hudson, J; Reed, DR; Donovan, KA; Quinn, GP. 'Provider perceptions' of a patient navigator for adolescents and young adults with cancer'. Supportive care in cancer. 2019 27(11):4091-4098 (# 4154062)

Nahata, L; Morgan, TL; Lipak, KG; Clark, OE; Yeager, ND; O'Brien, SH; Whiteside, S; Audino, AN; Gerhardt, CA; Quinn, GP. 'Conducting reproductive research during a new childhood cancer diagnosis: ethical considerations and impact on participants'. Journal of assisted reproduction & genetics. 2019 :- (# 4015462)