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    Research Grants Awarded

    2004-2005 Grant Cycle : Research Grants Awarded

    Cancer Control, Survivorship and Outcomes Research

    Latina Women and Breast Cancer Screening: Sociocultural Factors
    Ana Abraido-Lanza, PhD
    Columbia University

    $250,000


    Functioning, Fatigue & Psychological Distress in Breast Cancer Survivors: A 4-Yr Follow-Up Study
    Wayne Bardwell, PhD, MBA
    University of California, San Diego

    $230,997


    Improving Mammography Follow-up at an Inner-City Community Health Center
    Tracy Battaglia, MD, MPH
    Boston University School of Medicine

    $250,000


    Quality of Life: Native American Cancer Education for Survivors (NACES)
    Linda Burhansstipanov, MSPH, DrPH
    Native American Cancer Research

    $249,998


    Cancer Rehabilitation for Low Income and Hispanic Breast Cancer Patients
    Tim Byers, MD, MS
    University of Colorado Health Science Center

    $249,393


    Treatment of Hot Flashes in Breast Cancer Survivors: A Pilot Study
    Maggie DeBon, PhD
    University of Tennessee Health Science Center

    $247,572


    Use Of Radiolucent Pad To Reduce Mammography Discomfort Among African Americans
    Kimberly Engelman, PhD
    University of Kansas Medical Center

    $249,370


    A Study of Effectivenss of Esperanza y Vida: A Breast Cancer Intervention for Immigrant Latinas
    Deborah Erwin, PhD
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

    $250,000


    Muslim Women’s Perceptions, Needs and Barriers to Breast Cancer and Screening
    Osman Galal, MD, PhD
    University of California, Los Angeles

    $249,999


    Why Some Breast Cancer Survivors Do Not Use Surveillance Mammography
    Berta Geller, EdD
    University of Vermont and State Agricultural College

    $248,037


    Quality of Life in Long-Term, Multiethnic Breast Cancer Survivors
    Carolyn Gotay, BA, MA, PhD
    University of Hawaii

    $246,439


    Being Well, Staying Healthy: An Integrated Mind-Body Medicine Intervention to Decrease Fatigue Among Breast Cancer Survivors
    Kathy Helzlsouer, MD, MHS
    Mercy Medical Center

    $249,999


    Improving Outcomes: A Pilot Study of an Integrative East-West Medical Model for Survivors with Chronic Disabling Symptoms
    Ka Kit Hui, MD
    University of California, Los Angeles

    $250,000


    Influence of Diet and Lifestyle on Breast Cancer Outcome
    Polly Newcomb, PhD, MPH
    University of Wisconisn Comprehensive Cancer Center

    $235,326


    Genetic Evaluation for Breast Cancer Susceptibility In Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White Women In South Texas
    Amelie Ramirez, DrPH
    Baylor College of Medicine

    $249,958


    A Navigator Delivered Skills Intervention to Improve Communication and Decision-Making Among African American Breast Cancer Patients
    Vanessa Sheppard, PhD, MA
    Georgetown University

    $249,099


    Quality of Life Before and After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis in Older Women
    Amy Trentham-Dietz, PhD, MS
    University of Wisconsin

    $249,975


    Reducing Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening in Chinese American Women
    Judy (Huei-yu) Wang, PhD
    Georgetown University

    $250,000


    An Interdisciplinary Innovative Approach to Promote Breast Cancer Screening Among New Immigrant Women from Southeastern and Southern Asia
    Tsu-Yin Wu, PhD
    Eastern Michigan University

    $249,096


    Web-based Breast Cancer Educational Program in Korea
    Myungsun Yi, Doctor of Nursing Science
    College of Nursing, Seoul National University

    $208,600


    Early Detections, Diagnosis, and Prognosis

    Health Literacy as a Predictor of Complete Breast Cancer Screening & Follow-Up
    Mary Ann Chiasson, DrPH
    Medical & Health Research Association of New York City

    $233,977


    Regular Mammography Screening: The Realities for Women with Disabilities
    Melissa Clark, MS, PhD
    Brown University

    $250,000


    Factors Influencing Utilization of Early Breast Cancer Detection in China
    Deborah Oakley, PhD
    University of Michigan

    $250,000


    Etiology

    A Clinic-Based Study of BRCA Mutation Carriage, Differences in BRCAPRO Scores, and Breast Cancer Risk Factors Among Asians and Caucasians
    James Ford, MD
    Stanford University

    $249,997


    Molecular Epidemiology of Steroid Hormone Metabolism in Relation to Breast Cancer Risk in African Americans
    Ikuko Kato, M.D., Ph.D.
    Wayne State University

    $250,000


    Ethnicity and Outcomes of Breast Cancer Genetic Counseling, Testing and Follow-up Risk Reduction Measures
    Gail Tomlinson, MD,PhD
    University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

    $250,000


    Prevention

    Utilizing Appointment Facilitation and Reminder Systems to Increase Screening Among Enrollees of the Wayne County BCCCP
    Robert Burack, MD, MPH
    Wayne State University

    $250,000


    Factors that Influence Breast Cancer Risk Appraisal among Elderly African American and Caucasian Women
    Robin Wood, EdD, RN
    Brigham and Women's Hospital

    $250,000



    * Pending executed agreement