Through Integrative Medicine, we aim to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer, improve the quality of life of patients and families through the provision of evidence-based complementary therapies, and to contribute to the knowledge base on complementary therapies through research and education.

Dr. Sarah Rausch is the Director of Integrative Medicine at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute.  She joined Moffitt from the Mayo Clinic in August, 2009.

She has worked in the Integrative Medicine field for 15 years, in international locations, including Thailand, Taiwan, India, Slovenia, and Estonia.  She has conducted and published several research trials on medical outcomes with meditation, yoga, tai chi, Pilates, herbal supplements, and other modalities for cancer patients.  She received funding from the federal government to evaluate a large trial of a tai chi intervention for women with breast cancer.

She has published and presented over 50 articles on integrative medicine, and has been an invited speaker at conferences and seminars nationally and internationally.

Dr. Rausch is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, a researcher, and a yoga, tai chi, and meditation instructor.

Sarah M. Rausch, PhD
Assistant Member
Director, Integrative Medicine
Health Outcomes and Behavior
Psychosocial and Palliative Care

Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive, MRC/PSY
Tampa, Fl 33612-9416

P: (813) 745-2194
F: (813) 745-3906

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Courtesy Assistant Proffesor
Department of Oncologic Sciences, MDC 44
College of Medicine
University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl

Courtesy Assistant Proffesor
Department of Epidemiology and Health
    Policy Research
College of Medicine
University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl

Discipline: Director, Integrative Medicine

Specializations: Integrative Medicine

Research Interests: Mind-body medicine,
   Complementary, Alternative,
   Psychoneuroimmunology, Yoga,
   Acupuncture, Massage