Marsha Dunn

Vice President

Marsha Dunn is a Vice President for Public Health. She directs and manages a varied portfolio of health research projects of national significance in chronic disease, with a particular focus on cancer research. Her projects have included cancer surveillance, epidemiologic studies, cancer control and prevention studies, and surveys.

Dunn’s expertise includes materials design and development, data collection monitoring and reporting, and quality control. Her work also includes the oversight of a group providing medical information management, medical record abstracting, and coding services.


  • MPH, Biometry, Yale University School of Medicine
  • BA, Mathematics, State University of New York at Albany

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