Eliza Park MD, MS
- Clinical researcher
- Deputy Director for the Comprehensive Cancer Support Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dr. Park is a psychiatrist, clinical researcher, and Deputy Director for the Comprehensive Cancer Support Program at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill. She joined UNC faculty after completing her clinical training in psychiatry at Harvard Longwood/Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The overarching goal of Dr. Park’s research is to improve the mental health and quality of life for parents with cancer and their family members. In her clinical work, Dr. Park strives to help individuals coping with cancer live a valued and purposeful life.
How to talk to family and friends
Sharing news of a breast cancer diagnosis with family and friends is never easy. But the people who know you and love you will want to be there for you. By telling them about your diagnosis, you are allowing them to help you and give you support.