Health Equity Task Force

Patients, physicians, and community leaders all have a role to play in eradicating health disparities among African-Americans. Bringing together the perspectives of clinicians, patients, caretakers, and those who’ve lost loved ones to prostate cancer, ZERO’s Health Equity Task Force is playing a crucial role in advising and directing programs and communications to ultimately eliminate outcome disparities amongst the African American community.

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Health Equity Task Force

Bettina Drake PhD MPH

Bettina Drake, PhD, MPH

Professor of Surgery
Illinois Rep. La Shawn Ford sitting at his desk

Rep. La Shawn K. Ford

8th District Representative
Dr. Stanley Frencher

Dr. Stanley Frencher, Jr.

Director, Surgical Outcomes & Quality
Dr. Avirup Guha

Avirup Guha, MD, MPH, RPVI, FICOS, FACC

Inaugural Director of Cardio-Oncology
Brian A. Jones

Brian A. Jones

Member, Board of Directors Men's Health Co-Chair
Landi Maduro

Landi Maduro

Director/Producer
Dr. Joseph Osborne

Joseph Osborne, MD, PhD

Chief of Molecular Imaging & Therapeutics
LaMonica Stewart

LaMonica Stewart, PhD

Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Cancer Biology, Neuroscience & Pharmacology
Sherrie Wallington PhD

Sherrie Wallington, PhD

Associate Professor, Health Disparities & Oncology
African American woman with a slick haircut and wearing black suit

Teedra Bernard

Member, Board of Directors
Stacy Loeb

Stacy Loeb, MD

Professor of Urology & Population Health
Dr. Kelvin Moses

Kelvin Moses, MD, PhD

Member, Board of Directors
Jon Poindexter

Jon Poindexter

Member, Board of Directors
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