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DCCPS Grants Awarded in Response to an NIH PA/PAR Initiative

Initiative: Small Grants for Behavioral Research in Cancer Control
Total Grants: 14   Total Dollars: $1,960,312

PI Name Organization Name Project Title
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Grant Number Abstract Page URL
Bishop, Michelle M University Of Florida For Better and For Worse: Late Effects of Cancer and BMT on Spouse-Caregivers 1R03CA126401-01
Evitts, Paul M West Chester University Of Pennsylvania Eye-Gaze tracking of normal listeners to alaryngeal speech 1R03CA126332-01
Foley, Kristie L Wake Forest University Health Sciences C-CAPRELA: Cervical Cancer Prevention for Latinas 1R03CA115190-01A2
Kim, Daniel Harvard University (Sch Of Public Hlth) Neighborhood SES and behavioral pathways to risk of colorectal cancer in women 1R03CA126398-01
Lewis, M Jane Univ Of Med/Dent Nj-Sch Of Public Health Tobacco Industry Direct Mail Marketing 1R03CA126433-01
Muriel, Anna C Massachusetts General Hospital A Study of Distress and Parenting Concerns Among Adults with Cancer 1R03CA126394-01
Posluszny, Donna M University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh Brief Psychosocial Intervention for Head and Neck Cancer Patients and Partners 1R03CA119692-01A2
Reid, Britt C University Of Maryland Balt Prof School Using Standardized Patients to Estimate Oral Cancer Examination Rates (a Pilot) 1R03CA117548-01A2
Revenson, Tracey A Cuny Graduate Sch And Univ Ctr Systematic Review: Measures of Sexual Quality of Life for Female Cancer Survivors 1R03CA124250-01A1
Schwartz, Lisa A Children'S Hospital Of Philadelphia The Adverse Effect of Health on Personal Goal Pursuit in Adolescents with Cancer 1R03CA126337-01
Smith, Stevens S University Of Wisconsin Madison Longitudinal Psychometric Investigation of the WISDM Tobacco Dependence Measure 1R03CA126406-01
Warner, David O Mayo Clinic Coll Of Medicine, Rochester Elective Surgery as a Teachable Moment for Smoking Cessation 1R03CA126371-01
Webb, Monica S Syracuse University Group-based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy among African Smokers: An Efficacy Test 1R03CA126418-01
Zhu, Weimo University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Guo Lin Qi-gong Exercise for Long-term Cancer Survival 1R03CA126407-01
Last Updated: November 29, 2022

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