Pamela Hull, PhD, and her research team focus on development and implementation of interventions to promote the implementation of evidence-based practices for cancer prevention and cancer care, specifically focused on human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination, social needs navigation, technology-based interventions, and implementation science. 

Dr. Hull is a medical sociologist with over 18 years of experience as an investigator conducting community-engaged research. Much of her work has addresses health disparities among rural, Hispanic, Black, and low-income populations, in collaboration with community partners.

In the UK Markey Cancer Center, Dr. Hull directs the Markey Community Impact Office, leads Markey’s community outreach and engagement functions, and oversees Markey’s population science research agenda and infrastructure. A key part of her role as associate director is to advance implementation science at UK Markey Cancer Center and facilitate the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based guidelines and policies throughout Kentucky.


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Hull Research Team

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Markey Cancer Center Community Impact Office

The Hull Research Team is involved with the UK Markey Cancer Center Community Impact Office, which leads the community outreach and engagement functions of the UK Markey Cancer Center. Its mission is to engage communities, practitioners, and researchers in mutually beneficial collaborations to accelerate health equity and reduce the cancer burden.