Felina Cordova-Marks, DrPH, MPH

HOPI TRIBE Director of Tribal Engagement, University of Arizona Cancer Center

Felina Cordova-Marks, DrPH, MPH

HOPI TRIBE Director of Tribal Engagement, University of Arizona Cancer Center

Dr. Felina Cordova-Marks (member of the Hopi Tribe) is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Arizona’s Cancer Center. She has been engaged in American Indian health research for over ten years and is also a member of the Hopi Education Endowment Fund Board. Dr Cordova-Marks has published in peer-reviewed journals on lab-based cardiovascular research, clinical cancer research, health disparities, cancer, and American Indian health and caregiving. Most recently she was the lead author of the 2019 Arizona Town Hall Report Chapter “Spotlight on American Indians in Arizona.” She is the recipient of the University of Arizona Centennial Award (for Doctoral student) and the 2019 National Native American 40 under 40 Award. (copied from UArizona's CoVHort)

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Dr. Felina Cordova-Marks