Celina I. Valencia, DrPH

Celina I. Valencia, DrPH

NCI/NIH T32 Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Arizona Cancer Center
Arizona

Celina I. Valencia, DrPH is an NIH T32 Postdoctoral Fellow in Cancer Prevention and Control at the University of Arizona. Broadly, Dr. Valencia’s research considers the intersection of social experiences, biosocial markers of stress, and body composition to better understand breast cancer disparities. Utilizing a social epidemiological approach, Dr. Valencia is developing novel methods for measuring multi-dimensional stress to estimate breast cancer incidence and mortality. Dr. Valencia is a first generation college graduate from a rural Arizona/Mexico border community committed to building health equity through policy implementation science.