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Comparison between Short and Long Echo Time Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging at 3T and 7T for Evaluating Brain Metabolites in Patients with Glioma

Journal Article published 16 Oct 2017 in ACS Chemical Neuroscience

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (R01CA127612) | GE Healthcare

Authors: Yan Li, Marisa Lafontaine, Susan Chang, Sarah J. Nelson

Ecological momentary assessment of mood-smoking relationships in adolescent smokers.

Chapter published in Substance abuse and emotion. on pages 217 to 236

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (SPOl CA98262) | National Institute on Drug Abuse (T32 DA008293)

Authors: Robin Mermelstein, Donald Hedeker, Sally Weinstein

Rated helpfulness and partner-reported smoking cessation support across the pregnancy-postpartum continuum.

Journal Article published 2006 in Health Psychology volume 25 issue 6 on pages 762 to 770

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (R01CA76945; R01CA89053; R01CA100387)

Authors: Kathryn I. Pollak, Donald H. Baucom, Bercedis L. Peterson, Susan Stanton, Colleen M. McBride

Performance of a direct-detection active matrix flat panel dosimeter (AMFPD) for IMRT measurements

Journal Article published 28 Nov 2007 in Medical Physics volume 34 issue 12 on pages 4911 to 4922

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (P01 CA59827)

Authors: Yu Chen, Jean M. Moran, Donald A. Roberts, Youcef El-Mohri, Larry E. Antonuk, Benedick A. Fraass

Momentary assessment of affect, physical feeling states, and physical activity in children.

Journal Article published 2014 in Health Psychology volume 33 issue 3 on pages 255 to 263

Research funded by Sponsor name not included (RWJF 65837) | National Cancer Institute (5R01CA123243-05)

Authors: Genevieve F. Dunton, Jimi Huh, Adam M. Leventhal, Nathaniel Riggs, Donald Hedeker, Donna Spruijt-Metz, Mary Ann Pentz

Patient radiation dose audits for fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures

Journal Article published 28 Feb 2011 in Medical Physics volume 38 issue 3 on pages 1611 to 1618

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (5R 24 CA 074296)

Authors: Stephen Balter, Marvin Rosenstein, Donald L. Miller, Beth Schueler, David Spelic

Car ownership and the association between fruit and vegetable availability and diet

Journal Article published Dec 2013 in Preventive Medicine volume 57 issue 6 on pages 903 to 905

Research funded by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (5U48DP001948-02) | National Cancer Institute (3R21CA121167-02S1) | National Research Initiative of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute for Food and Agriculture (2006-55215-16711)

Authors: J. Nicholas Bodor, Paul L. Hutchinson, Donald Rose

Stress buffering effects of daily spousal support on women's daily emotional and physical experiences in the context of breast cancer concerns.

Journal Article published 2011 in Health Psychology volume 30 issue 1 on pages 20 to 30

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (R01 CA107477-05)

Authors: Tina M. Gremore, Donald H. Baucom, Laura S. Porter, Jennifer S. Kirby, David C. Atkins, Francis J. Keefe

Novel third-generation water-soluble noscapine analogs as superior microtubule-interfering agents with enhanced antiproliferative activity

Journal Article published Nov 2014 in Biochemical Pharmacology volume 92 issue 2 on pages 192 to 205

Research funded by National Cancer Institute | National Institutes of Health

Authors: Maged Henary, Lakshminarayana Narayana, Shazia Ahad, Sushma R. Gundala, Rao Mukkavilli, Vibhuti Sharma, Eric A. Owens, Yogesh Yadav, Mulpuri Nagaraju, Donald Hamelberg, Vibha Tandon, Dulal Panda, Ritu Aneja

Failure of researchers, reviewers, editors, and the media to understand flaws in cancer screening studies: Application to an article inCancer

Journal Article published 12 Jun 2014 in Cancer volume 120 issue 18 on pages 2784 to 2791

Research funded by National Cancer Institute (1U01CA152958-01)

Authors: Donald A. Berry