Completed Supportive Care and Symptom Management Grants

PI Name Organization - Companysort descending Title FOA
Toth, Michael J University Of Vermont & St Agric College Alternative exercise modalities to improve skeletal muscle function in cancer survivors PAR-13-146
CHERRIER, MONIQUE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Assessment of Cognitive &Mood Effects from ADT in Men with Prostate Cancer
LEWIS, FRANCES MARCUS UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Psychoeducation for Spouses of Women with Breast Cancer PA-07-070
Sippel, Rebecca S University Of Wisconsin-Madison Central Neck Dissection in Patients with Clinical Node Negative Thyroid Cancer PA-11-260
WISE, MARGARET E UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON Online Narrative Interventions and Family Support for Advanced Cancer Patients PA-06-351
ROUTH, VANESSA H UNIV OF MED/DENT OF NJ-NJ MEDICAL SCHOOL Role of neuropeptide Y-glucose inhibited (NPY-GI) neurons in cytokine-induced ano PA-08-098
Valle, Carmina G Univ Of North Carolina Chapel Hill Promoting Physical Activity in Young Adult Cancer Survivors Using mHealth and Adaptive Tailored Feedback Strategies PA-13-302
CALLAHAN, LEIGH FLEMING UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL Physical activity to reduce joint pain during aromatase inhibitor therapy PAR-12-145
COHEN, LORENZO UT MD ANDERSON CANCER CTR Placebo Controlled Trial Of Acupuncture To Prevent Radiation-Induced Xerostomia PA-10-067
CLEELAND, CHARLES S UT MD ANDERSON CANCER CTR Reducing the Symptom Burden Produced by Aggressive Cancer Therapies PA-07-070
COHEN, LORENZO UT MD ANDERSON CANCER CTR Biobehavioral Effects of Qigong During Treatment for Rectal Cancer PA-06-510
WANG, XIN SHELLEY UT MD ANDERSON CANCER CTR Effectiveness of minocycline for reducing symptoms in pancreatic cancer patients PA-08-122
BASEN-ENGQUIST, KAREN M UT MD ANDERSON CANCER CTR Oncologist-Assisted Home Exercise Program for Advanced Colon Cancer Patients PA-06-351
MCGUIRE, DEBORAH B. VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY Cranial Stimulation for Chemotherapy Symptoms in Breast Cancer PA-08-121
Romero-Sandoval, E. Alfonso Wake Forest University Health Sciences IRE1a-XBP1 Signaling as a Driver of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy PA-16-258

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