Meghan attained her bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences and Master’s in Public Health, concentrating in Maternal and Child Health from the University of South Florida. She is currently a Research Coordinator III at Moffitt Cancer Center where she manages the Enriching Communication Skills for Health Professionals in Oncofertility (ECHO) training program, which is a web-based communication skill-building training program to help oncology health professionals (social workers, psychologists, nurses, and physician assistants) communicate timely and relevant information regarding reproductive health, including fertility and fertility preservation, to their adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients. Her role on the project is to aid and facilitate in the development of the curriculum, recruitment, manuscript writing, and data analysis.
Committed to addressing quality of life issues, specifically regarding reproductive health, in AYA cancer patients, Meghan sits on the AYA Committee and AYA tumor board at Moffitt. She is vested in the mission and vision of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation, advocating for the highest quality of life possible for all AYA cancer patients.
Reach Meghan by email at firstname.lastname@example.org