Maragaret Rosenzweig Wins Nursing Award for Academic and Clinical Work

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Margaret Rosenzweig, a two-time alumna and Distinguished Service Professor in the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, is the 2020 recipient of the Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research’s President’s Award (FNINR).

The award is given annually to a researcher who engages both academia and clinical practice partners.

Rosenzweig has been principal investigator on 15 studies addressing cancer survivorship, symptom management, end of life care and disparities among women with breast cancer. Her work has contributed to the understanding of racial differences in the completion of breast cancer treatment and the identification of geographic risk for higher breast cancer mortality.