Dr. Wallner is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Michigan and an Adjunct Investigator at Kaiser Permanente Southern California. She is a member of the Cancer Surveillance and Outcomes Research Team (CanSORT), Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation and Rogel Cancer Center at the University of Michigan. Dr. Wallner is an epidemiologist and health services researcher by training. Her research program focuses on improving the quality and delivery of adult cancer care, particularly in the survivorship period. Dr. Wallner received her BS, MPH, and PhD degrees at University of Michigan and completed her post-doctoral training in cancer health services research at Kaiser Permanente Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Wallner’s research experience spans the cancer continuum and includes multiple cancer sites. She has conducted a number of studies to understand the determinants, outcomes and utilization of health services associated with cancer. She has expertise in the design, evaluation and implementation of interventions to improve cancer care. She also has experience conducting analyses of large healthcare databases and population-based survey studies of cancer patients, care partners, and physicians using cancer registries. She has been involved in many large government and industry-sponsored studies, and is currently the principal investigator of a National Cancer Institute funded study focused on improving the delivery of team-based breast cancer survivorship care, and an American Cancer Society-funded study focused on disparities in breast cancer survivorship care.