MD, MSc, MBA
UNC Breast Center
Area of interest
Reeder-Hayes is a health services researcher with a focus on breast cancer treatment and survival disparities and real-world effectiveness of cancer treatments. Her areas of expertise include analyses of large linked data resources including insurance claims, electronic health record data, cancer registry and vital statistics data. She has also worked extensively with qualitative and survey studies of cancer patients and with behavioral interventions in cancer patient populations. She is a contributor to the Carolina Breast Cancer Study, a large prospective cohort study of racially diverse women with newly diagnosed breast cancer across the state of North Carolina, and co-leads the GETSET trial, a national study to improve the support of breast cancer survivors taking oral hormonal therapies.
Awards and Honors
- 2007 Robert L. Ney Award, UNC Department of Internal Medicine
- 1999-2000 James & Orleans Strange Fellowship, Auburn University School of Business
- 1994-1998 Dean’s Select Scholarship, Vanderbilt University