Dr. Gorman’s research focuses broadly on understanding and improving multilevel factors that influence quality of life, with a particular focus on the lives of women and adolescent/young adult young cancer survivors. She conducts research using both qualitative and quantitative methods. She studies the impact of reproductive experiences and concerns on psychosocial health outcomes for cancer survivors, the role and implementation of patient-centered communication strategies to improve health outcomes, and reproductive and sexual health communication between young cancer survivors, their partners, and health professionals. Her previous work includes identifying opportunities to improve breastfeeding and pregnancy outcomes, development and cultural adaptation of health behavior interventions, and measurement development. She is also interested in the role of sex/gender and culture in health behavior and health outcomes, and identifying opportunities to improve health equity.