Research Staff

Research Coordinators

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Anne Weidner, MPH, CPH
Anne Weidner is a Research Coordinator III for ICARE. She is responsible for recruitment efforts, participant and provider outreach, and data management and analysis. She is interested in cancer epidemiology and bioinformatics.

Anne attended West Virginia University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She also earned her Master of Public Health in Epidemiology at the University of South Florida.

 
 
 
 

Ann TezakAnn Louise Tezak, MA, MPH, CPH
Ann Louise Tezak is a Research Coordinator III for ICARE. She is responsible for specimen collection efforts, recruitment efforts, participant outreach, and data management and analysis. She is interested in health seeking behaviors, cancer disparities, women’s health, and global health efforts in cancer care.

Ann attended The University of Montana where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in SocioCultural Anthropology, with a minor in African American Studies. She also earned her Master of Arts in Applied Anthropology, with a concentration in BioCultural Medical Anthropology, and her Master of Public Health in Global Health Practice at the University of South Florida.


Research Analyst

Nate Schreiber, BA
Nate Schreiber is a Research Analyst II for ICARE. He is responsible for recruitment, participant outreach, participant interviews, and database management and analysis. Nate received his B.A. in Psychology from Hamilton College. He is interested in cognitive and behavioral science, epidemiology, and translational medicine.

 

Hyacinthe Umwali, MPH
Hyacinthe Umwali is a Research Analyst II for ICARE. She is responsible for recruitment efforts, participant outreach, and data management and analysis. Hyacinthe attended Hendrix College, in Arkansas where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She also attended East Tennessee State University, where she earned her Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology. She is interested in genetic, cancer, and chronic disease epidemiology.

 


Outreach Coordinator

Cristi RadfordCristi Radford, MS, CGC

Cristi Radford received her B.S. in Genetics from the University of Georgia and her M.S. in Genetic Counseling from the University of South Carolina.  She has over 15 years experience in genetics and has worked in laboratory, academic, and clinical settings.  She is the past president and current vice president of Lynch Syndrome International (LSI), as well as an invited columnist for The Oncology Nurse.  She has several peer reviewed publications and routinely speaks nationally.  She is known for her ability to develop innovative solutions that increase the identification of individuals with genetic conditions and appropriate medical management in the community setting.  Professionally, her passion lies in increasing the visibility, reach, and demand of certified genetic counselors.