Titles: Associate Professor, Cancer Prevention Program, Public Health Sciences Division
Associate Professor, Division of Medical Oncology, UW School of Medicine
Medical Director, Integrative Medicine Program, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Dr. Greenlee trained in epidemiology at the University of Washington (MPH) and Columbia (PhD) University and in naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University. Dr. Greenlee’s research focuses on the use of lifestyle modifications and complementary and integrative medicine for cancer prevention and control. She uses observational studies and clinical trials to study what cancer survivors can do, in addition to conventional treatment, to prevent cancer recurrence, decrease side effects of treatment, and improve prognosis. Dr. Greenlee is an active member of SWOG within the National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Clinical Trials Network. Dr. Greenlee is past president of the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO) and is co-chair of the SIO Guidelines Committee. She serves on the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Adult Cancer Pain guidelines panel.
Dr. Santiago-Torres is a nutrition and health disparities researcher with knowledge and expertise in nutritional biochemistry and epidemiology, controlled feeding trials, community intervention research, and observational studies. Dr. Santiago-Torres studied Human Biology at the University of Puerto Rico and obtained a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She then was awarded an NCI-funded postdoctoral training program position at the Fred Hutch before transitioning into a Staff Scientist position. Dr. Santiago-Torres’ research focuses on the development, implementation and dissemination of lifestyle behavioral interventions that are scalable and culturally appropriate among cancer survivors from underserved populations. As a Latina who grew up in an underserved community, Dr. Santiago-Torres is dedicated to promoting health related research that addresses health disparities in underserved populations.
A dynamic digital media and e-commerce executive, Liza has deep experience in creating, executing and marketing all types of high-impact, mixed-media projects for lifestyle brands. From teaching busy people how to get dinner on the table to tailoring recipes for specific diets to helping brands find their unique culinary voice, Liza joined the team in October 2019 and is thrilled to head up cookforyourlife.org where we empower the cancer-affected community through healthy recipes, cooking tips and more helpful nutritional information.
Sofia earned a Bachelor of Science in exercise science at Adams State University in Alamosa Colorado, where she also played collegiate soccer. Upon graduation, Sofia returned to her hometown of Las Cruces, New Mexico to earn her Master of Public Health from New Mexico State University. After earning her MPH, Sofia worked as an e-learning designer creating interactive health and wellness modules for the Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research, an NIH-funded collaboration between NMSU and Fred Hutch. Sofia re-joined Greenlee Studies in November 2019 as a project coordinator and is excited to help cancer survivors make lifestyle changes through in-person classes and the use of technology. In her free time, Sofia enjoys practicing yoga and exploring Seattle's food scene.
Hanjie Shen obtained his master’s degree in science in statistics and biostatistics from UC San Diego. During the period from 2015 to 2018, he worked as a statistician and biostatistics research manager at UC San Diego Health. His expertise lies in advanced statistical models, machine learning, clinical trials and cancer research.
Kate Ueland specializes in oncology nutrition, primarily working with breast, ovarian, renal, and melanoma cancer patients throughout all stages of the cancer journey at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) in Seattle, WA. She is an assistant professor and serves as Director of the Master of Nutrition - Didactic Program in Dietetics at Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA. As Cook for Your Life’s nutrition advisor and editor, Kate ensures all culinary content adheres to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and follow science-based guidelines. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in biochemistry and received her master’s degree from Bastyr University in nutrition. Her research interests are in cancer prevention and survivorship, especially in breast cancer and sports nutrition.
Laura is a manager and grant administrator with over 15 years’ experience in managing global and domestic public health research and programming. She has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Washington and professional training in federal grants and contract administration.
Ally graduated from the University of Washington in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in communications. After starting her professional career in event planning, Ally then changed directions and landed back at UW in research administration. Here at Fred Hutch, she supports Dr. Greenlee, the Greenlee Studies team, and the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) Integrative Medicine team through high-level administrative support. She facilitates coordination between multiple institutions, including Fred Hutch, SCCA, and UW, as well as with outside institutions and national organizations.
Gino brings over a decade of public health communications experience plus expertise as a professional chef to the Cook for Your Life team. As the digital content editor, Gino helps drive the editorial program forward through engaging mixed-media content in English and Spanish. He has managed and supported projects that help people in the US and globally live healthier, more fulfilling lives through food and nutrition. Gino holds a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from UCLA, a master's degree in communications and public policy from USC, and a culinary arts degree from Seattle Central Culinary Academy.
Corry Hart Clayville is a senior media executive with 25+ years of media expertise working with start-up brands in both television and digital media. Extensively experienced in crafting unique revenue and brand partnerships with Fortune 500 companies, Corry’s innovative approach was integral to the launch of notable media brands such as The Food Network, Fine Living Television, Sundance Channel, IFC and ION Television. A passionate foodie driven by a vision to improve the human condition for those affected by cancer, Corry is excited to develop and lead innovative partnerships for Cook for Your Life at Fred Hutch (cookforyourlife.org).
Titles: Clinical Operations Lead, Integrative Medicine Program, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Oncology Acupuncturist, Supervisor
Jonathan serves as the Clinical Operations Lead and Acupuncture Supervisor for Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s (SCCA) Integrative Medicine Program and also is a Research Associate with the Greenlee Studies Team at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. Dr. Siman studied Biological Anthropology at Tufts University and went on to receive his doctoral degree from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Prior to joining the SCCA Integrative Medicine team, he worked as a clinical and research acupuncturist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. His research work examines the potential benefits of acupuncture in the integrative oncology setting. Dr. Siman is passionate about providing acupuncture as a safe and effective non-pharmacologic strategy to manage cancer symptoms and treatment-related side effects. He is a member of the Society for Integrative Oncology, the American Society of Acupuncturists and the Washington Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Association.
Kathleen is an experienced practitioner and teacher of Mind-Body Medicine and provides integrative medicine clinical care as Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s (SCCA) integrative medicine nurse practitioner. She is board-certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner through American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), earned a MSN from the University of Wisconsin, and completed an MPH with a focus on medical anthropology from Columbia University. She completed a Fellowship in the Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona and is a Bravewell Collaborative Fellow. She trained in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center Jon Kabat-Zinn program and Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT). Kathleen is an experienced practitioner of Peg Huddleston’s Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster™ guided imagery program as well as clinical hypnosis with the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. She is also trained in auricular acupuncture, a form of medical acupuncture.
Susan is an Acupuncturist in Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s (SCCA) Integrative Medicine Program and also is a Research Associate with the Greenlee Studies Team at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. Having practiced at Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic, Susan has advanced training in oncology acupuncture and extensive clinical experience in academic medical centers. She incorporates scholarship, research, clinical experience and evidence-based medicine into her patient care at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA). She earned her Bachelor of Science from Cornell University, her Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University, completed a post-graduate internship at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Shu Guan Hospital and her Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Health and Science. Her research interests in integrative oncology is in the use of acupuncture during cancer treatment and survivorship to ease treatment-related side effects and support overall health and well-being. Susan is a Board-Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is a member of the Society for Integrative Oncology, the Society for Acupuncture Research and the American Society of Acupuncturists and the Washington Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Association.