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Angela Giaquinto, MSPH

Associate Scientist II
Cancer Surveillance Research

White woman with long brown hair and tan suit jacket

Why I Work at the ACS

The American Cancer Society is such a special organization, as our research not only makes an impact on new health guidelines and policies, but also affects the decisions Americans make daily to reduce their risk of cancer in the future ."

At ACS since 2021

Angela Giaquinto, MSPH, is an Associate Scientist II in the surveillance team within the Surveillance & Health Equity Science department at the American Cancer Society (ACS).

She leads the research and development of the Cancer Facts & Figures for African Americans and Cancer Facts & Figures for Breast Cancer, which are produced every 3 years.

Research focus and accomplishments

Giaquinto’s research interests include:

  • Racial and ethnic health disparities
  • Cancers related to infectious agents
  • Cancer and the environment


For a full list of Giaquinto's publications, visit her Google Scholar page.  Also see her Linkedin page.


Work before ACS

  • Florida Department of Health in Monroe County, Epidemiologist

Professional organizations

  • North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR), Member


  • MS: Public Health, Environmental Health, & Epidemiology, Emory University 
  • BS: Biology, University of Dayton