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Annalynn M. Williams, Ph.D.

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Biography

Research

Dr. Williams’ research focuses on cancer-related neuropsychological and psychosocial sequelae, their underlying mechanisms, and effective interventions in adolescent and young adult cancer survivors. She is particularly interested in accelerated physiologic and biologic aging as an underlying molecular mechanism by which cancer-related sequelae arise and in exploiting those pathways to identify potential interventions among high-risk subgroups.

AnnaLynn_Williams@urmc.rochester.edu

Credentials

Education

2008
BA | University of Rochester
Biological Science

2013
MS | University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Epidemiology

2019
PhD | University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry
Epidemiology

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

01/2019 - 02/2022
Training Program in Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Research, Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Publications

Journal Articles

11/12/2022
Williams AM, Mandelblatt J, Wang M, Armstrong GT, Bhakta N, Brinkman TM, Chemaitilly W, Ehrhardt MJ, Mulrooney DA, Small BJ, Wang Z, Srivastava D, Robison LL, Hudson MM, Ness KK, Krull KR. "Premature Aging as an Accumulation of Deficits in Young Adult Survivors of Pediatric Cancer." Journal of the National Cancer Institute.. 2022 Nov 12; Epub 2022 Nov 12.

6/9/2022
Kleckner AS, Kleckner IR, Culakova E, Shayne M, Belcher EK, Gudina AT, Williams AM, Onitilo AA, Hopkins JO, Gross H, Mustian KM, Peppone LJ, Janelsins MC. "The association between cancer-related fatigue and diabetes from pre-chemotherapy to 6 months post-chemotherapy." Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer.. 2022 Jun 9; Epub 2022 Jun 09.

12/3/2021
Williams AM, Mirzaei Salehabadi S, Xing M, Phillips NS, Ehrhardt M, Howell R, Yasui Y, Oeffinger K, Gibson TM, Chow EJ, Leisenring WM, Srivastava DS, Hudson MM, Robison LL, Armstrong G, Krull KR. "Modifiable Risk Factors for Neurocognitive and Psychosocial Problems After Hodgkin Lymphoma." Blood.. 2021 Dec 3; Epub 2021 Dec 03.

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