Mark Cabling

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Ph.D. in cancer studies, King's College London; M.A. in communication, culture and technology, Georgetown University; M.Sc. in media and communication, London School of Economics; B.A. in politics, University of Nottingham


Mark L. Cabling (he/him) is a qualitative researcher with experience in health communications. He has authored several publications and has supported and led multiple projects in both academia and government that span research across fields like COVID-19, breast cancer, medical education, computational linguistics, and domestic terrorism.

Working in interdisciplinary teams to address significant social issues and public health concerns, Cabling's focus is on in-depth, rigorous, qualitative analysis. He finished his Ph.D. in April 2021 with a thesis that was a narrative study of the online personal stories of men with breast cancer.

His previous roles have included research associate in Social Learning and COVID-19 at King's College London; artificial intelligence and cognitive scientist at MITRE Corporation; and research assistant at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center of Georgetown University.