Dr. Doubeni is a clinical epidemiologist and health services researcher with primary research interests in colorectal cancer mortality disparities, and in the comparative effectiveness of screening tests. He is boarded in both family medicine and in general preventive medicine. His research interests are in establishing a program of research in colorectal cancer prevention that spans from basic to implementation science and policy. Recently, he has focused on innovative studies of cancer screening comparative effectiveness using observation data from integrated health care delivery systems including Kaiser Permanente in California. He has been supported by the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health since 2004. He is seeking a trans‐disciplinary team to conduct transformative research with the aim of developing novel prevention strategies for populations currently at high risk because of race, socioeconomic status or lifestyle.