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Kim Dittus | OMICS International
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Kim Dittus

Kim Dittus Professor Kim Dittus, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hematology/Oncology Division Department of Medicine.

Biography

Professor Kim Dittus is present working as an Assistant Professor of Medicine,Hematology/Oncology DivisionDepartment of Medicine.AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS received by her include: 2013 Fletcher Allen Health Care Vision Award 2007 Amgen Hematology Oncology Fellowship Award 2005 Chief Resident, Johnson City Medical Center, Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University 2004 Dr. Thomas G. Ronald Award for Excellence in the Care of the Cancer Patient 2003 Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society 2003 American Medical Women’s Association; Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation 2002 Mayme Frazier Scholarship, East Tennessee State University, Quillen College of Medicine 1998 Outstanding Advisor, College for Human Development, Syracuse University 1990 Summer Graduate Research Assistantship Award 1988 Irwin Dyer Award for Outstanding Nutrition Graduate Student Articles published by her include : Dittus KL, Bunn JY, Kokinda N, Wilson K, Howard A, Harvey J.AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS received by her are: 2013 Fletcher Allen Health Care Vision Award 2007 Amgen Hematology Oncology Fellowship Award 2005 Chief Resident, Johnson City Medical Center, Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University 2004 Dr. Thomas G. Ronald Award for Excellence in the Care of the Cancer Patient 2003 Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society 2003 American Medical Women’s Association; Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation 2002 Mayme Frazier Scholarship, East Tennessee State University, Quillen College of Medicine 1998 Outstanding Advisor, College for Human Development, Syracuse University 1990 Summer Graduate Research Assistantship Award 1988 Irwin Dyer Award for Outstanding Nutrition Graduate Student Anthropometric Change in Breast Cancer Survivors Provided a Behaviorally-based Weight Loss Intervention. Accepted to Advances in obesity, weight management and control, April 2015

Amy M. Berkman AM, Amy Trentham-Dietz A, Dittus K, Hart V, Vatovec, CM, King, JG, James TA, Lakoski SG, Sprague BL. Health Behavior Change Following a DCIS Diagnosis: An Opportunity to Improve Health Outcomes. Prevention Medicine, 2015

 

Research Interest

Breast Cancer

Weight loss interventions for cancer survivors that bridge basic and behavioral medicine.

Assessment of supportive care needs and development of interventions for cancer survivors.

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