Arnethea Sutton, Ph.D., MLS(ASCP)

Postdoctoral Fellow

Arnethea L. Sutton, PhD is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the NCI-Funded T32 Cancer Prevention and Control Research Training Program in the Department of Health Behavior and Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center. Dr. Sutton's primary research interests are in cancer disparities, cancer genetics, survivorship, and community engaged-research. She is particularly interested in developing interventions that seek to improve the quality of life of Black cancer survivors. She is currently working with Dr. Vanessa B. Sheppard on projects related to endocrine therapy initiation and persistence in breast cancer survivors, genetic cancer risk assessment uptake in Black and Latina women, and male cancer survivors. Dr. Sutton received a BS in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from VCU in 2006, an MS in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from VCU in 2006, and a PhD in Health Related Sciences from VCU in 2017.