Yerby Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Sc.D., Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health, 2011
M.P.H., Social and Behavioral Sciences/Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Yale School of Public Health, 2006
A.B., Sociology, Duke University, 2002
My research area is cancer epidemiology with a focus on breast cancer. My doctoral dissertation research focused on understanding variation in incidence, time to diagnosis and stage by age at diagnosis and race/ethnicity. I am currently beginning research on the relationship between obesity and risk of fatal breast cancer as well as examining non-traditional breast cancer risk factors and their relationship to intrinsic breast cancer subtypes.
Duncan DT, Wolin KY, Scharoun-Lee M, Ding E, Warner ET, Bennett, GG. Does Perception Equal Reality? Weight Misperception in Relation to Weight-Related Attitudes and Behaviors Among Overweight and Obese US Adults. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2011 Mar 22;8:20.
Warner ET, Gomez SL. Impact of Neighborhood Racial Composition and Metropolitan Residential Segregation on Disparities in Breast Cancer Stage at Diagnosis and Survival Between Black and White Women in California. J Community Health. 2010 Aug;35(4):398-408.
Yeh HC, Clark JM, Emmons KE, Moore RH, Bennett GG, Warner ET, Sarwer DB, Jerome GJ, Miller ER, Volger S, Louis TA, Wells B, Wadden TA, Colditz GA, Appel LJ. Independent but coordinated trials: insights from the Practice-based Opportunities for Weight Reduction Trials Collaborative Research Group. Clin Trials. 2010 Jun;7(4):322-32.
Greaney ML, Quintiliani LM, Warner ET, King DK, Emmons KE, Colditz GA, Glasgow RE, Bennett GG. Weight Management Among Patients at Community Health Centers: The “Be Fit, Be Well” Study. Obesity and Weight Management. October 2009, 5(5): 222-228.
Warner ET, Wolin KY, Duncan DT, Heil DP, Askew SA, Bennett GG. Differential Accuracy of Physical Activity Self-Report by Weight Status. Am J Health Behav. (in press).