Karmanos Cancer Institute
Craig Cook has a B.S. in Psychology from Wayne State University and a M.A. in Clinical/Industrial Psychology from Ball State University. Spending a career in Human Resources Management and as a Psychologist in Health Care. Losing four grandparents, father and a friend to cancer has led him to a lifelong ambition to make a difference in the lives of people affected by cancer. He achieved this by joining Karmanos Cancer Institute in multiple capacities; Volunteering at Weisberg Clinic-providing support to patients and assisting staff, Karmanos Cancer Advocacy Program member, Weisberg Healing Arts Program volunteer and engaging the public by providing cancer screening and prevention information at Community Education events. Additionally, Craig is an American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network member, lobbying annually in Lansing, Cancer Action Council member and Susan G. Komen Grant Review Panel member. He was the recipient of the Karmanos Heroes of Cancer award for Community Service in November, 2017.
Craig is speaking at
DocumentsCommunity-Driven Health Campaigns to Improve Reach and Impact of COVID-19 Messaging Our Communities’ Questions about Cancer and COVID-19 Reaching Out by Telephone to Reduce Isolation: Healthier Black Elders Center Mobile Testing & Navigating COVID Legal and Ethical Implications of SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring Detroit Trauma Project: Characterizing Social Support While Under COVID-19 Social Distancing The G.O.A.L.S. ProgramA Social Innovation Fund Initiative by United Way for Southeastern Michigan
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