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    Research Grants Awarded

    2003-2004 Grant Cycle : Research Grants Awarded

    Cancer Control, Survivorship and Outcomes Research

    Predicting Memory Problems in Breast Cancer Survivors
    Kris Kaemingk, PhD
    University of Arizona


    The Re-entry of Hispanic Breast Cancer Survivors to the Healthcare Delivery System and Workforce
    Betsy Risendal, PhD
    University of Colorado Health Sciences Center


    The Relationship Between Breast Cancer and Pregnancy: A Study of the Diagnosis, Management and Outcomes in Young Breast Cancer Patients and Their Families
    Christobel Saunders, MBBS
    The University of Western Australia


    Beyond Survival: Assessing and Addressing the Needs of Breast Cancer Survivors Suffering from Post-Treatment Symptomology
    Saskia Subramanian, PhD
    The Regents of the University of California


    Does Adjuvant Breast Cancer Therapy Change Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women?
    Catherine Van Poznak, MD
    Regents of the University of Michigan


    Early Detections, Diagnosis, and Prognosis

    Field Trial of Mobile Digital Telemammography - Phase II
    Joseph Gitlin, DPH
    Indian Health Service


    Asian Indian Breast Cancer Project
    Hee-Soon Juon, PhD
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health



    Identification and Characterization of Patients at Risk for Hereditary Breast Cancer in Southern Brazil.
    Patricia Ashton-Prolla, MD,PhD
    Fundacao Medica do Rio Grande do Sul


    Racial Differences in Early Onset Breast Cancer
    Bruce Haffty, MD
    UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School


    A Tumor-Based Analysis of Uncharacterized DNA Variants in BRCA1/2 Focusing on Undertested Populations
    Paul Marcom, MD
    Duke University Medical Center


    Protein Profiling for the Identification of Serum Biomarkers for Early Detection and Prevention of Breast Cancer in African American Women
    Padma Uppala-Tadi, PhD
    Loma Linda University



    Assessing Barriers to Mammography: Reducing Disparities for Women with Disabilities
    Judith Barr, ScD
    Connecticut Peer Review Organization, Inc, dba Qualidigm


    Can a Faith-Based Participatory Intervention Study Increase Breast Health Care Participation in African American Women?: A Randomized Comparison
    Janice Bowie, PhD
    Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health


    An Innovative Approach to Increasing Early Detection of Breast Cancer within Tribal Communities
    Connie Garcia, MA
    Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board, Inc.


    Community-Based Participatory Health Research: Understanding the Cultural Assets of Southeast Asian Women for the Promotion of Breast Health
    Franklin Kim, PhD
    Asian Pacific Development Center


    Increasing Repeat Mammography Screening Among Low-Income Filipino-American Women
    Annette Maxwell, PhD
    The Regents of the University of California


    Determining The Impact of Health System Navigation Skills of Asian Americans on Breast Cancer Screening
    Nadereh Pourat, PhD
    The Regents of the University of Southern California


    American Indian Breast Cancer Prevention: Turning Knowledge into Action
    Delight Satter, MPH
    The Regents of the University of California


    * Pending executed agreement