The Maine Lung Cancer Coalition Has Two Primary Goals:
Engage & Educate
Engage and educate the general public, patients, health care providers, health care payers, and policymakers about evidence-based lung cancer prevention and screening practices.
Innovative Programming & Increased Access
Develop, implement, and evaluate innovative programs to increase access to evidence-based lung cancer prevention, screening, and treatment services to the entire Maine population, including residents of rural underserved areas.
We Appreciate Your Support
A four-year grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Maine Cancer Foundation, and the Maine Economic Improvement Fund created this multidisciplinary, cross organizational effort that will span the state of Maine.
Additional funds are needed to achieve the full potential of this project. We need your support! Join us by making a tax-deductible gift today.
MLCC Core Leads
Paul Han, MD, MA, MPH, Principal Investigator, Maine Medical Center
Neil Korsen, MD, MS, Co-PI & Early Detection Core Lead, Maine Medical Center
Leo Waterston, MA, Project Director, Maine Medical Center
Anne Conners, MA, MPH, Prevention Core Co-Lead, MaineGeneral Medical Center
Katherine Ryan, PhD, Prevention Core Co-Lead, MaineHealth
Lance Boucher, Health Policy & Advocacy Lead, American Lung Association
Jessica Reed, MSN, GNP, Stakeholder Engagement & Education Core Lead, Qualidigm
Deborah Deatrick, MPH, Lead Program Evaluator, Consultant
Lee Lucas, PhD, MS, RN, Data Analytic Team Lead, Maine Medical Center