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1 R34 DK118486-01 Hingle (PI)
Type 2 Diabetes Prevention in Community Health Care Settings for at Risk Children and Mothers
Goal: Test the feasibility and acceptability of a family-focused lifestyle behavior change intervention delivered to mothers with prediabetes and their 8-12-year-old children by staff at a Federally Qualified Health Center.
127849-IRG-16-124-34 IRG Allen (PI)
American Cancer Society-Institutional Research Grant
Hormonal Contraceptives and Menstrual Cycle Variability in Smoking-Related Symptoms
Goal: This project will prospectively examine the variability of smoking related symptoms (e.g., craving) during a six week period among premenopausal smokers who do not use any hormonal contraceptives or who use either depot medroxyprogesterone acetate or monophasic oral contraceptives.
R25 CA 1217725 (Thomson - PI)
Student Transformative Experiences to Progress Underrepresented Professionals (STEP-UP)
Goal: Recruit and retain undergraduate and Master's level graduate students. Provide an integrated, innovative, multidisciplinary educational experience in cancer prevention and control research that strengthens self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation to become a cancer prevention and control scientist. Support mentoring and professional relationships with scientists, research programs and community partners.
R01 HD74565 (Going, PI)
Obesity and Bone Development in Young Girls
Goal: To examine the association between adiposity, metabolic risk factors and bone, as well as changes in structure and strength of bone during a critical phase of bone development in premenarcheal girls.
Multidisciplinary Program Feasibility Award (Bea/Thomson, M-PI)
University of Arizona, Office of Senior VP Health Sciences
Attenuation of Loss in Lean Mass during Cancer Therapy for Older Cancer Survivors (ALL study) Pilot Study
Goal: To assess body composition and muscle function in older cancer survivors undergoing chemotherapy.
5U54 CA143924 (Alberts, PI)
Restoring Balance in Indian Country
Goal: The project aims to address physical activity as a protective factor to reduce cancer recurrence related risk factors among Native populations. The results of the proposed study may improve the quality of life of Native American Cancer survivors and may improve cancer care in Native American communities.
University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Award (Garcia - PI)
Advancing the Development of Precision Prevention Therapeutic Lifestyle Interventions to Prevent NAFLD and HCC in Mexican-Origin Men
Goal:The overall goal of this UAHS CDA is to receive mentoring and complete extensive training in precision prevention (population genetics, population health and metabolomics) to reduce cancer health disparities in Hispanic males, particularly Mexican Americans (MA).
1R01 AG055018-01 (Odegaard, PI)
06/15/2017 - 03/31/2021
Abdominal adipose tissue depots and cardiometabolic disease risk in postmenopausal women
Goal: New technology will derive abdominal visceral adipose tissue (VAT) values from existing DXA scans in the Women’s Health Initiative to evaluate the relationship between VAT and cardiometabolic disease risk.
ADHS16-162520 M. Muramoto (PI)
Arizona Biomedical Research Commission Investigator Award
Tobacco Cessation Brief Intervention Training for Behavioral Health
Goal: The overall goal of this research is to adapt the existing Helpers tobacco cessation training program to prepare behavioral health professionals and peer mental health mentors to motivate their clients to engage in evidence-based tobacco cessation treatment and to implement clinical practice changes to support cessation.
R01 CA186700 - 01A1 Thomson, CA (PI)
Study of Biomarkers in Ovarian Cancer: Modulation by Activity & Diet Intervention
Goal: Biomarker study in ovarian cancer survivors enrolled in a diet and physical activity intervention for improving survival in patients previously treated for Stage II, III, IV epithelial ovarian cancer.