MD, MPH, MSc
Associate Professor, Medicine
Assistant Director, Community Outreach and Engagement
Assistant Director, Patient Engaged Research
Meet Marjory Charlot
Area of Interest
Marjory Charlot, MD, MPH, MSc, specializes in lung cancer with a particular interest in the management of locally advanced and metastatic disease. Her research focus is on developing interventions to improve cancer care delivery for medically underserved populations, patient and community engagement to enhance cancer clinical trial participation among underrepresented minority populations, health equity, and racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in cancer outcomes.
Awards and Honors
- University of North Carolina Simmons Scholar, 2020
- V Foundation Victory Ride to Cure Cancer Grant, 2019
- PCORI Eugene Washington Engagement Award, 2017
- Massachusetts Society of Clinical Oncology Innovation and Quality Grant, 2015
- Ruth L. Kirchstein National Research Service Award, 2013
News and Stories
American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting to feature UNC Lineberger experts, research
UNC Lineberger faculty and trainees will be presenting their research findings and sharing their insights at education sessions during the American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting April 14-19.
Yeh, Maduekwe selected as inaugural recipients of the Lustgarten Foundation’s LEAD Project grant
The Lustgarten Foundation has awarded its inaugural Lustgarten Equity, Accessibility, and Diversity (LEAD) Project grant to Jen Jen Yeh, MD, in support of her PROmoting CLinicAl TrIal EngageMent for Pancreatic Cancer App Study (PROCLAIM Study).
Intervention reduces disparities in timing of lung cancer surgery between Black and white patients
Marjory Charlot, MD, MPH, MSc, and colleagues report that a detailed analysis of intervention trials designed to address racial inequalities in timing from diagnosis to surgery for lung cancer showed a multi-faceted intervention resulted in timelier lung cancer surgery for Black patients.
ASCO grant supports Charlot’s study of an app to encourage Black women to participate in breast cancer research
Marjory Charlot, MD, MPH, MSc, will the grant to support her research into a patient-centered mobile health app to increase Black women’s participation in breast cancer clinical trials.