At 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, 10 News Online will host a live web chat so people can ask questions about the event
Tampa, Florida -- On Thursday, May 1, you can participate in a live chat about Miles for Moffitt.
Miles for Moffitt is an event at the University of South Florida that will take place May 10, and features 8K, 5K, 1 mile, wheelchair and kids dash runs.
Unlike some charity runs, all the money participants pay goes to the cause.
On Thursday, May 1 at 3:30 p.m. 10 News Online will host a live web chat so people can ask questions about the event from these two individuals:
Dr. Susan Vadaparampil: Dr. Vadaparampil's research uses a combination of behavioral science, epidemiology, health services, and clinical perspectives to understand and improve dissemination and uptake of new cancer prevention and control innovations including genetic testing for hereditary cancer susceptibility and HPV vaccination. She currently leads an NCI-funded study to examine physician, systems, and policy level factors influencing recommendation of HPV vaccination among a national sample of physicians from three primary care specialties. Due to a long-standing interest in health disparities, Dr. Vadaparampil also leads and collaborates on several projects to reduce disparities across the cancer prevention and control continuum.
Lynn Gray: An experienced marathoner and RRCA-certified coach, she has been an age group winner for over 30 years and is the Miles for Moffitt official trainer. Her experience includes more than 45 years of long-distance running and over 90 marathons. She specializes in the long-term goals of marathon and half marathon distances. She also coaches and gives workouts for walkers who aspire to become joggers or cardio walkers, as well as provides the skills that will lead them to the aerobic ability and muscular strength to participate in fitness goals such as 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon distances. Lynn is the trainer for races such as the PNC Bank Miles for Moffitt and the Women's Half Marathon/5K event.
10 News will post a link on Facebook and Twitter at 3:20 p.m. so you can access the live chat.