Completed Supportive Care and Symptom Management Grants

PI Name Organization - Company Titlesort descending FOA
Jim, Heather S.L. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr & Res Inst Sickness Behaviors in Gynecologic Cancer Patients Treated with Chemotherapy PA-10-067
Recum, Horst A. Von Case Western Reserve University Sirolimus Delivery from Esophageal Stents to Prevent Scarring after Mucosectomy PAR-14-007
VENA, CATHERINE I EMORY UNIVERSITY Sleep Disordered Breathing and Nocturnal Hypoxia in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer PA-06-38
SHIR, YORAM MCGILL UNIVERSITY HEALTH CTR RES INST Soy-rich diet for preventing chronic post breast cancer surgery pain PA-06-400
Hu, Mickey Panorama Research, Inc. Stem Cell-Adrenomedullin Therapy for Cancer Linked Lymphedema PAR-15-340
Wright, Alexi A Dana-Farber Cancer Inst Strengthening Patient and Caregiver Supports in Ovarian Cancer with Palliative Care: Pilot RCT of BOLSTER PA-18-167
HURLEY, BERNARD F UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PK CAMPUS "Strength training, Self-efficacy, and Function in Blacks with Prostate Cancer." PA-06-351
BALDUCCI, LODOVICO H. LEE MOFFITT CANCER CTR &RES INST Support of the Caregiver of the Older Cancer Patient Undergoing Chemotherapy PA-04-34
Lichtenberger, Lenard M University Of Texas Hlth Sci Ctr Houston Surfactant lipids and associated proteins in radiation-induced mucositis PAR-13-146
Rodgers, Cheryl Duke University Symptom Assessment during Childhood Cancer Treatment PA-16-294
Mooney, Kathleen H University Of Utah SymptomCare@Home (SCH): Deconstructing an effective, technology-assisted, symptom management intervention PA-13-302
FINNEGAN, LORNA UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Symptom Cluster Subgroups in Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancers PA-07-070
MIASKOWSKI, CHRISTINE A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Symptoms Clusters in Oncology Patients Receiving Chemotherapy PA-08-121
Redd, William H Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai Systematic Light Exposure for Fatigue in Stem Cell Transplant Survivors PA-13-302
Redd, William H Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai Systematic Programmed Illumination (sPI) of Hospital Rooms to Prevent/Reduce Cancer-Related Fatigue During Hematopoeitic Stem Cell Transplantation for Multiple Myeloma

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