Emory University School of Medicine
Executive Associate Dean
Medical Education & Student Affairs
Dr. Eley is interested in racial disparities in breast cancer survival. He began his research career while obtaining a Masters in Public Health degree during his oncology fellowship. Dr. Eley and his colleagues were part of a national population based study, the Black-White Study of Cancer Survival, that evaluated differences in survival for patients diagnosed with breast, colon, uterine and bladder cancer.
Racial disparities in breast cancer and clinical epidemiology.
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