Active Community Oncology and Prevention Trials Grants

PI Name Organization - Companysort ascending Title Major Program / Research Group FOA
Bender, Catherine M. University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh Influence of Exercise on Neurocognitive Function in Breast Cancer Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Cognitive Dysfunction PA-13-302: Research Project Grant
Schenker, Yael University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh A cluster randomized trial of a primary palliative care intervention (CONNECT) for patients with advanced cancer Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Multiple Symptoms PA-13-302: Research Project Grant
Schenker, Yael University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh Patient-centered and efficacious advance care planning in cancer: the PEACe comparative effectiveness trial PAR-18-559: Cancer Prevention and Control Clinical Trials Grant Program
Steel, Jennifer L. University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh Palliative care intervention for socioeconomically disadvantaged cancer patients Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Multiple Symptoms PA-13-302: Research Project Grant
Perlis, Michael Lloyd University Of Pennsylvania The Association Between CBT-I Dose, Sleep Duration, and Fatigue in Breast Cancer Patients Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Sleep Disorders, Fatigue PAR-20-292: NCI Clinical and Translational Exploratory/Developmental Studies
Meghani, Salimah H. University Of Pennsylvania Cannabis use and outcomes in ambulatory patients with cancer: A 12-month cohort study Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PA-18-917: Developing the Therapeutic Potential of the Endocannabinoid System for Pain Treatment
Azizoddin, Desiree R University Of Oklahoma Hlth Sciences Ctr Leveraging mHealth to deliver integrated pain-CBT, opioid monitoring, and self-management support for advanced cancer patients coping with chronic pain Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PA-18-946: Applying a Biopsychosocial Perspective to Self-Management of Chronic Pain
Muller, Carolyn Y University Of New Mexico Health Scis Ctr NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) Minority/Underserved Community Sites NCI Community Oncology Research Program, NCORP Minority Underserved RFA-CA-18-017: NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) Minority/Underserved Community Sites
Hill, Deirdre University Of New Mexico Health Scis Ctr Chronic Kidney Disease Development in Cancer Treatment and Survival Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Urinary Complications PAR-20-292: NCI Clinical and Translational Exploratory/Developmental Studies
Goode, Diana J University Of New England Novel expression of MHC class II on DRG neurons and its role in promoting antinociceptive CD4+ T cells in females during chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PA-20-185: NIH Research Project Grant
Hoffman, Amy Jude University Of Nebraska Medical Center Managing Fatigue Using Virtual Reality for Post-Operative Lung Cancer Patients Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Fatigue PA-16-160: NIH Research Project Grant
Simone, Donald University Of Minnesota Neural Mechanisms of Cancer Pain Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PA-18-484: NIH Research Project Grant
Khasabov, Sergey G University Of Minnesota Treatment of cancer pain by lipid mediator Resolvin D1: role of Prostaglandin and Endocannabinoid signaling Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PA-20-185: NIH Research Project Grant
Brown, David Lawrence University Of Michigan At Ann Arbor Surgical treatment of post-surgical mastectomy pain utilizing the regenerative peripheral nerve interface (RPNI) Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Pain PAR-18-020: NCI Clinical and Translational Exploratory/Developmental Studies
Penedo, Frank J University Of Miami Coral Gables eHealth Supported Mindfulness-based Music Therapy Intervention (eMBMT) in Hemopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Patients Supportive Care and Symptom Management, Multiple Symptoms, Quality of Life PAR-20-266: Promoting Research on Music and Health: Phased Innovation Award for Music Interventions

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