Sonia Rosenfield, Ph.D.
Dr. Sonia Rosenfield is a Health Science Administrator in the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program's (EGRP) Office of the Associate Director (OAD). In this role, she assists with a variety of activities in the program such as strategic planning, programmatic evaluation projects, and working with the data sharing committee.
Prior to joining EGRP, Dr. Rosenfield was a Health Science Administrator at NCI’s Center for Research Strategy where she collaborated with many groups throughout NCI and NIH on health policy, partnership building, and streamlining research. There, she contributed to the development and realization of several trans-NCI initiatives. She organized workshops, including the Annual NCI Cancer Disparities Workshops, that led to the development of several NCI funding initiatives and working groups, and she co-led the establishment of an interagency task force on cancer diagnostic devices for near-patient use.
Dr. Rosenfield first joined NCI in 2012 as a Cancer Research Training Award Fellow in the Center for Cancer Research where she trained in molecular and cellular biology of cancer, stem cell research, developmental biology, and drug development. Dr. Rosenfield has also held appointments in several national research institutions such as the Scripps Research Institute, Johnson & Johnson, and Georgetown University.