The Psycho-Oncology Program

The Psycho-Oncology Program aims to (a) conduct high-quality behavioral oncology research (“Research”), (b) provide psychological evaluation and treatment services for individuals affected by cancer (“Clinical Services”), and (c) train the next-generation of scientist-practitioners in clinical health psychology with a specialization in psycho-oncology (“Prospective Students”).

UF Psycho-oncology lab news

Graduate Student Spotlight

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Grace Ann Hanvey, MS Biography Grace Ann is a doctoral student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, with an emphasis in…

Chantel Ulfig, PhD, successfully defends…

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Congratulations to Dr. Chantel Ulfig, who has successfully defended her dissertation and will graduate with her PhD in August 2020! Dr. Ulfig is…

Janae Kirsch, MS, successfully defends doctoral…

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Janae Kirsch has successfully defended her doctoral dissertation examining cognitive behavioral intervention effects on circadian rhythm among women…

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NCI, NIBIB award contracts to develop innovative digital health technologies for COVID-19

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New treatments spur sharp reduction in lung cancer mortality rate

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Panel: No need to reduce red or processed meat consumption for health

On Monday, new recommendations from a panel of independent experts (NutriRECS https://nutrirecs.com/about/) say that most people can continue to consume red and processed meat at their average current consumption levels.…

Survey Finds Broad Support for Lowering Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Office on Smoking and Health has released a report showing broad support among U.S. adults for lowering nicotine levels in cigarettes. Below…

Panel Supports HPV Vaccination through Age 45

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today made two recommendations regarding the use the human papilloma (HPV) vaccine. The…

Too soon to draw conclusions from new data finding no health benefit to aspirin

Results from a large new study released Sunday showed no health benefit to taking daily aspirin, at least among previously healthy people 70 and over. The results were published in…