Completed Supportive Care and Symptom Management Grants

PI Name Organization - Company Title FOAsort descending
GIVEN, BARBARA ANN MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Improving Adherence to Oral Cancer Agents and Self Care of Symptoms Using an IVR PA-11-260
Sippel, Rebecca S University Of Wisconsin-Madison Central Neck Dissection in Patients with Clinical Node Negative Thyroid Cancer PA-11-260
Zerr, Danielle M Seattle Children'S Hospital Impact of chlorhexidine bathing on reducing infections in children with cancer PA-11-260
Palesh, Oxana G Stanford University Brief Behavioral Intervention for Insomnia During Chemotherapy PA-11-260
Ferrell, Betty R Beckman Research Institute/City Of Hope Integration of Palliative Care for Cancer Patients on Phase I Trials PA-11-260
SAEZ, ENRIQUE SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Targeting Adipocyte Lipases to Treat Pancreatic Cancer-Associated Cachexia PA-11-297
SPOELSTRA, SANDRA LEE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Text Messaging to Improve Adherence to Oral Chemotherapy Agents PA-12-006
FOULADBAKHSH, JUDITH MARIE OAKLAND UNIVERSITY A Pilot Study of Yoga for Breathing and Quality of Life of Lung Cancer Patients PA-12-006
Bhatia, Smita University Of Alabama At Birmingham Comprehensive Approach to Improve Medicine Adherence in Pediatric Leukmia PA-12-022
EATON, BENJAMIN ARTHUR UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HLTH SCIENCE CENTER Cellular Mechanisms of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy PA-12-083
JAFFREY, SAMIE R WEILL MEDICAL COLL OF CORNELL UNIV Mitigating chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy by augmenting axonal NAD PA-12-083
Mohile, Supriya G University Of Rochester Reducing Chemotherapy Toxicity in Older Adults PA-12-136
Ciorba, Matthew Aaron Washington University PROBIOTICS TO PREVENT GI SIDE EFFECTS FROM CHEMORADIATION FOR ABDOMINAL MALIGNANCY PA-12-139
Hohmann, Andrea Grace Indiana University Bloomington NOS1AP as a novel target for treating pathological pain PA-13-118
Schmidt, Brian L New York University Peripherally-restricted cannabinoids for cancer and chemotherapy-induced pain PA-13-118

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