Heather Hanegan is a board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner at The Ohio State University’s James Comprehensive Cancer Center and Solove Research Institute in Columbus, Ohio, including completion of an oncology fellowship with a focus on hematologic, breast, and gynecologic cancers. Her clinical practice is focused on treating women with gynecologic malignancies, including participating in the management of clinical trials. She has a particular interest in the prevention of disease and treatment of minority women with cancer, especially immigrant and refugee women. She volunteers for a local immigrant/refugee organization. She is coauthor of an article on perceptions of cervical cancer screening, screening behavior, and post-migration living difficulties among Bhutanese-Nepali refugee women in the United States. Ms. Hanegan has served as a member of the Ohio Collaborative to Prevent Infant Mortality, is a guest lecturer at The Ohio State University WHNP track, and precepts WHNP students interested in oncology.

Heather Hanegan has no actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to serving on the EAB.