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Gloria D. Coronado

Gloria D. Coronado Professor Gloria D. Coronado, PhD Senior Investigator Mitch Greenlick Endowed Scientist for Health Disparities Gloria Coronado.


Dr. Gloria Coronado is an epidemiologist who conducts research on health disparities related to cancer prevention among underserved populations. She designs and evaluates clinic-based interventions to improve participation in cancer prevention screening and diagnostic follow-up among patients at Latino-serving community health clinics. In her diverse portfolio of research, Dr. Coronado has examined Latino parents’ acceptance of the HPV vaccine for girls, evaluated strategies for reducing pesticide exposure for children of farm workers, and developed innovative, culturally tailored programs for reducing diabetes and cancer risks among Latinos in a rural setting. She has collaborated broadly with Latino-serving community-based organizations both locally and nationally. Dr. Coronado came to the Center for Health Research from the Cancer Prevention Program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, where she led a training program that prepared diverse undergraduate and postbaccalaureate students to conduct cancer research. The program provides mentored research and professional development workshops to accelerate students’ readiness to attend graduate programs in biomedical sciences. Dr. Coronado received her PhD in epidemiology from the University of Washington and became a research associate professor in the university’s Department of Epidemiology. She also received training at Stanford University. In 2009, she participated in the National Hispana Leadership Institute, an executive leadership training program.Her publications include:

Coronado GD, Burdick T, Petrik A, Kapka T, Retecki S, Green B. Using an Automated Data-driven, EHR-Embedded Program for Mailing FIT kits: Lessons from the STOP CRC Pilot Study. J Gen Pract (Los Angel). 2014 Jan 5;2. pii: 1000141. Full text

Coronado GD, Petrik AF, Bartelmann SE, Coyner LA, Coury J. "Health Policy to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening: Improving Access and Aligning Federal and State Incentives". ACRP Clinical Researcher. 2015 Feb

Coronado GD, Schneider J, Sanchez JJ, Petrik AF, Green B. Reasons for non-response to a direct-mailed FIT kit program: Lessons learned from a pragmatic colorectal-cancer screening study in a Federally Sponsored Health Center. Translations Behavioral Medicine 2015 Mar;5(1):60-7.PMCID: PMC4332898 Full text

Larson EB, Tachibana C, Thompson E, Coronado GD, DeBar L, Dember LM, Honda S, Huang SS, Jarvik JG, Nelson C, Septimus E, Simon G, Johnson KE. Trials without tribulations: Minimizing the burden of pragmatic research on healthcare systems. Healthcare 2015 July. [Epub 2015 July]

Molina Y, Ornelas IJ, Doty SL, Bishop S, Beresford SAA, Coronado G. Family/friend recommendations and mammography intentions: The roles of perceived subjective norms and social support. Health Education Research. 2015 Epub; doi:10.1093/her/cyv040

Research Interest

Cancer Prevention Program

Health Research