The Impact of Chemotherapy on Memory in Women with Breast Cancer

This pilot study is conducted by Occupational Therapy Graduate Students at the University of New England. They will look at the effects of chemotherapy and memory as a quality-of-life issue in hopes of giving women more information to aid their decision-making. The study also seeks to teach students how to Critique research to advance their practice of best evidence-based OT. MCF awarded the study $5,074.00 . Contact: Susan Nesbit, M.S., O. T. R., UNE, Biddeford, ME 797-7688x2908

Organization: 
University of New England
Researcher: 
Susan Nesbit, M.S., O. T. R.
Grant Amount Given: 
$5,074
Year Issued: 
2001
Period: 
Annual
Grant Category: 
Research
Types of Cancer: 
Breast

Maine Cancer Foundation Grants to this Organization:

Year Program Amount Category Organization
2017 Methods and Diagnostics for Cancer Detection and Treatment Monitoring $375,000 Screening University of New England
2013 The Role of the Kappa Opioid Receptor in Regulating Cancer Proliferation in Vitro and In Vivo $50,000 Research University of New England
2013 Improving the Treament of Cancer Related Pain $22,540 Education University of New England
2012 Feasibility of Using SEER-Medicare Data to Assess the Influence of ESA Policy Changes on Outcomes $55,936 Research University of New England
2012 The Role of IL-6 Signaling in Cancer-induced Bone Pain $139,633 Research University of New England
2011 Non-Psychotropic Cannabinoid2 Receptor Agonists Inhibit Breast Cancer Proliferation $105,197 Research University of New England
2008 Role of Delta Opioid Receptors in Bone Cancer $81,995 Research University of New England
2002 Occupational Therapy Education $5,000 Education University of New England
2001 The Impact of Chemotherapy on Memory in Women with Breast Cancer $5,074 Research University of New England