AMANDA MONTANARI, MS
Research Program Coordinator
With a primary interest in psychosocial factors that impact cancer patients’ and survivors’ health outcomes, Amanda is also involved in a research project assessing lifestyle behaviors among cancer patients and identifying appropriate behavioral interventions to implement in oncology. She also has participated in bariatric surgery research and has a special interest in the area of adolescents pursuing bariatric surgery. She most enjoys providing behavioral weight loss coaching to individuals participating in the COIN and A-NEW studies. In the next couple of years, she hopes to enroll in a Clinical Health Psychology Ph.D. program.
Click on the links below to learn about Amanda's current projects
Adaptive Nutrition and Exercise Weight Loss Study for Breast Cancer Survivors
The Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Program Initiative to Reduce the Discontinuation of Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy Through Symptom Monitoring and Management: A Feasibility Study
PRO-cision Medicine: Pilot-Testing a Patient-Centered Strategy for Cancer Care
Phone Number: 410-550-1217