Louise Henderson, PhD, is a cancer epidemiologist and health services researcher whose work focuses on increasing the benefits and reducing the harms of cancer screening and outcomes. Her research includes the comparative effectiveness of emerging imaging technologies, assessing the impact of comorbidities on cancer screening, and reducing disparities in cancer screening and treatment. Dr. Henderson leads two NIH funded cancer screening initiatives: the Carolina Mammography Registry (CMR) and the North Carolina Lung Screening Registry (NCLSR). She collaborates with many members of the Cancer Outcomes Research Program including Sarah Nyante, Jenny Lund, Katie Reeder-Hayes, and Dan Reuland. In her spare time she enjoys the wonder of nature, discovering new vegetarian recipes, and bagpipe music.
Associate Professor, Radiology, UNC-Chapel Hill