PhD, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
Jennifer Dine, PhD, RN, is a Research Scientist in the Patient-Centered Outcomes Assessment team with RTI HS. Dr. Dine has conducted patient interviews and helped develop interview guides to understand symptom and quality of life-related concerns in individuals with chronic illness. Dr. Dine has experience in qualitative and quantitative methodologies, protocol development, participant recruitment, study staff training, data collection, management, and quality control, and other tasks related to clinical trial and observational study coordination and project management. She also has published on a diverse range of topics in oncology, including cancer survivorship, therapeutic strategies, and translational research, and has presented at national and international conferences. Some of her work has been published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment and Cancer and Metastasis Reviews.
Prior to joining RTI-HS, Dr. Dine was a National Institutes of Health-supported fellow investigating shared features of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease and served as a research nurse and associate on a diverse portfolio of clinical trials and observational studies for breast cancer and other cancer-related diseases and conditions.