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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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


    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

    $240,843


    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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


    Early Detections, Diagnosis, and Prognosis

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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


    Etiology

    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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


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

    $249,948


    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

    $249,995


    Prevention

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

    $250,000


    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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


    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

    $250,000


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

    $250,000


    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

    $249,566


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

    $249,941



    * Pending executed agreement