Past Pilot Projects

Cancer Research

 

The AANCART pilot study program funds junior investigators to conduct research that furthers our understanding of cancer control in Asian American populations.  Each study offers the investigator the opportunity to learn and apply research methods under the guidance of AANCART senior faculty, thus growing the pool of investigators with expertise in special populations research.

Boston

 

 

9/2003

Quyen Ngo-Metzger

Hospice Use and Patterns of Care Among Older Asian Americans

 

 

 

Los Angeles

 

 

9/2001

Ninez Ponce

Health Care Market Structure & Colorectal Cancer Screening Among High-Risk APIs

9/2002

Angela Jo

Understanding Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Korean Americans

7/2003

Clifford Ko

Understanding Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Outcomes

9/2003

William McCarthy

Eastern vs. Western Ways to Quit Smoking in Korean Americans

 

 

 

New York

 

 

9/2003

Simona Kwon

Home Health Care Use Among Chinese & Korean Families

1/2004

Kavita Ahluwalia

Oral Cancer in South Asian Seniors in New York City

1/2004

Soo-Kyung Lee

Evaluation of Acculturation Scares in Relation to Health Behaviors in Korean Americans

 

 

 

San Francisco

 

 

9/2002

Angela Sun

Home Health Care Use Among Chinese & Korean Families

9/2002

Grace Yoo

Risk Factors Associated with Cervical Cancer Among Young Asian Women

9/2003

Sabrina Wong

Asian Americans: Factors Influencing Colorectal Cancer Screening

9/2003

Cindy Lai

Liver Cancer Prevention: Chinese American Factors

 

 

 

Seattle

 

 

9/2002

Shin-Ping Tu

Computer Based Cancer Education Among Chinese Americans

9/2002

Jill Watanabe

End of Life Decision-Making in Southeast Asian Families

9/2003

John Choe

Hepatitis B Knowledge & Practices

9/2003

Kent Hu

Tobacco Use Among Chinese

1/2004

Gloria Coronado

ESL Curriculum for HBV Testing in Chinese Americans

A PDF of all pilot projects can be found here (PDF 48MB).