Debbie Cheng, Grant Support
R25 DA13582 (Samet) 05/01/01-04/30/11
Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE Program)
The major aims of this training grant are to develop generalist physician drug abuse researchers, train chief residents in generalist physician disciplines about addiction to facilitate their teaching of physicians in training, and facilitate drug abuse treatment community-based organizations to utilize state-of-the-art drug abuse research in clinical practice.
R01 AA010870-06 (Saitz) 5/01/96-8/31/10
The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of a primary care-based disease management program for alcohol dependence.
R01 DA10019-06 (Samet) 9/30/96-3/31/11
The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of a primary care-based disease management program for drug dependence.
R01 (Samet) 9/30/06-08/31/11
The objective of this proposal, HERMITAGE, HIV’s Evolution in Russia – Mitigating Infection Transmission and Alcoholism in a Growing Epidemic, is to test in a randomized controlled trial the effectiveness of a modified US HIV secondary prevention program, Healthy Relationships Intervention, among HIV-infected patients with risky drinking in a Russian infectious disease hospital.
R01 AG028668-01A1 (Silliman) 9/15/07- 8/31/11
Computer Agents to Promote Walking in Older Adults with Low Health Literacy
The purpose of this study is to create and evaluate an Embodied Conversational Agent as a mechanism to promote behavioral change (eg. Walking) among elderly patients with low health literacy.
R01DA025068-01 (Saitz) 7/15/08-4/30/2013
The objective of this study, the Assessing Screening Plus brief Intervention’s Resulting Efficacy to stop drug use (the ASPIRE) Study, is to determine the efficacy of two models of brief intervention for decreasing drug use and consequences in primary care patients.
R01CA120950-01A1 (Langmore) 6/26/2007- 6/30/2012
Efficacy of Electrical Stimulation for Dysphagia in Head & Neck Cancer Patients
This multi-institutional clinical trial will compare electrical stimulation plus aggressive swallowing exercise to sham electrical stimulation with aggressive swallow exercise to determine the efficacy of e-stim in treating dysphagia in patients who have received radiation therapy for head and neck cancer.