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Reina Haque, PhD, MPH

Research Scientist III

Division of Epidemiologic Research




Dr. Reina Haque is a senior cancer epidemiologist in the Department of Research & Evaluation and a professor in the Department of Health Systems Science at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. She has worked on numerous research projects to improve health care for patients diagnosed with cancer. In her role as the scientific advisor to the Kaiser Permanente Southern California cancer registry, she also assists the Southern California Permanente Medical Group with quality improvement projects. Dr. Haque’s work encompasses cancer screening, etiology, treatment, and survivorship. Dr. Haque has led several large studies funded by the NIH/National Cancer Institute and the state of California on long-term outcomes of cancer treatments, molecular markers of breast and prostate cancer recurrence, comorbidities in cancer survivors, and how lifestyle factors influence cancer mortality. Her research has produced actionable findings that have been widely disseminated. Her studies have been published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Cancer, JAMA, JAMA Oncology, and Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Areas of Focus

  • Cancer epidemiology
  • Cancer survivorship and health disparities
  • Pharmacoepidemiology


PhD, Epidemiology
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California
MPH, Environmental Health Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California

Honors and Awards

  • National Institutes of Health Peer Reviewer, standing member