Jennifer L. Lund, PhD
Her geriatric oncology research addresses: 1) the quality of cancer care, 2) the effectiveness and safety of cancer treatments and 3) the role of polypharmacy, multimorbidity, and frailty in cancer treatment selection and outcomes.
Dr. Lund has worked extensively with the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results program (SEER) Medicare data to examine patterns of chemotherapy uptake and investigate multilevel factors associated with the dissemination of innovative treatments among older cancer patients. She also has amassed international experience using large linked databases in Canada and Denmark.
Honors and AwardsGordon H. DeFriese Career Development in Aging Research Award
2015, Institute on Aging, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillAbstract Achievement Award
2013, American Society of Hematology
EPID 766: Epidemiologic Research Using Healthcare Databases | Syllabus
This course teaches students how to use administrative healthcare utilization data for epidemiologic studies.
Health services research
Comparative effectiveness and safety research
Geriatric oncology research
Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Department of Epidemiology (2014-present)
Comparison of SEER Treatment Data With Medicare Claims. K Cronin, D Deapen, J Lund, A Mariotto, T McNeel, A Noone, J Warren (2014). Medical care.
Cholangitis and subsequent gastrointestinal cancer risk: a Danish population-based cohort study. R Erichsen, D Farkas, J Lund, K Søgaard, H Sørensen (2014). Gut, 63(2), 356-61.
Cholangitis and subsequent gastrointestinal cancer risk: A Danish population-based cohort study. Rune Erichsen, Dóra Farkas, Jennifer Lund, Kirstine Sôgaard, Henrik Sôrensen (2014). Gut, 63(2), 356-361.
Comparison of seer treatment data with medicare claims. Kathleen Cronin, Dennis Deapen, Jennifer Lund, Angela Mariotto, Timothy McNeel, Anne-Michelle Noone, Joan Warren (2014). Medical Care.
Population-based patterns of prescription androgen use, 1976-2008. Andre Araujo, Susan Hall, Philip Kantoff, Varant Kupelian, Jennifer Lund, Alvaro Morales, Gayatri Ranganathan, Liane Tinsley, Gary Wittert (2014). Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 23(5), 498-506.
BA, Quantitative Economics/International Relations, Tufts University, 2003
MSPH, Epidemiology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009
PhD, Epidemiology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011