Faculty

Kerryn Reding

Adjunct Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics


kreding@uw.edu

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2008
MPH Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2002
BS Zoology, Arizona State University, 1998

Contact


kreding@uw.edu

University of Washington
Box 357266
School of Nursing, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems
WA

Research Interests

My research focuses on reducing cancer incidence and improving survival, with particular interests in lifestyle interventions and biomarkers of risk, as well as reducing racial disparities in breast cancer.

My current research projects include:

  1. A multi-level intervention focused on improving nutrition and physical activity habits, implemented at the school-level and individual-level.
  2. Ancillary study focused on a novel estrogen biomarker in the Women's Health Initiative (WHI). This project examines this biomarker prospectively for its link to breast cancer and will leverage the WHI study.
  3. A project investigating racial differences in breast cancer treatment. This project is characterizing the patterns of care received for breast cancer by linking WHI data with medicare claims data.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Toward a Better Understanding of the Differential Impact of Heart Failure Phenotypes After Breast Cancer.
(2022 Jun 10)
J Clin Oncol
Reding KW, Cheng RK, Barac A, Vasbinder A, Hovsepyan G, Stefanick M, Simon MS

Inflammatory, Oxidative Stress, and Cardiac Damage Biomarkers and Radiation-Induced Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors.
(2022 May 7)
Biol Res Nurs
Vasbinder A, Thompson H, Zaslavksy O, Heckbert SR, Saquib N, Shadyab AH, Chlebowski RT, Warsinger Martin L, Paskett ED, Reding KW

Toward a More Precise Understanding of Obesity and Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease Risk.
(2022 Mar)
JACC CardioOncol 4(1): 82-84
Reding KW, Simon MS, Cheng RK

Lifestyle and Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With Heart Failure Subtypes in Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Survivors.
(2022 Mar)
JACC CardioOncol 4(1): 53-65
Reding KW, Cheng RK, Vasbinder A, Ray RM, Barac A, Eaton CB, Saquib N, Shadyab AH, Simon MS, Langford D, Branch M, Caan B, Anderson G

Histamine H2 Receptor Antagonists and Heart Failure Risk in Postmenopausal Women: The Women's Health Initiative.
(2022 Mar)
J Am Heart Assoc 11(5): e024270
Larson SR, Vasbinder AL, Reding KW, Leary PJ, Branch KR, Shadyab AH, Johnson KC, Haring B, Wallace R, Manson JE, Anderson G, Cheng RK

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