Sarah Reisinger has worked in cancer prevention and control and tobacco control with emphasis on health disparities research since 2008. While working at Georgetown University, Ms. Reisinger supervised several projects and served as the program manager for Tobacco Products Assessment Consortium (TobPRAC), regional coordinator for Biospecimen Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program (BMaP), and later as the national coordinator for Geographic Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program (GMaP). Ms. Reisinger currently serves as a Program Director for the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Program. In this role, she oversees several clinical and community studies focused on tobacco use and exposure, breast cancer, and health disparities. Ms. Reisinger also serves as program director for the OSU Center of Excellence in Regulatory Tobacco Science Project 2: Buckeye Teen Health Study.
Ms. Reisinger received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences with a minor in Health Promotion from Purdue University. She earned a Master's degree in Public Health from Indiana University with a dual concentration in Epidemiology and Behavioral Health. Sarah also holds an MCHES certification (Master – Certified Health Education Specialist).