Hourglass Integrative Therapies Cancer Research Award

Objective

The objective of the Hourglass Integrative Therapies Cancer Research Awards is to support innovative and interdisciplinary clinical research that focuses on the use of integrative (complementary) therapies to improve symptom management or health outcomes of adults or children diagnosed with cancer.

Grant Program Contacts

All questions related to the application process, requirements, or eligibility should be directed to: 
Jessica Raines-Jones
Research Development Coordinator
612-624-8679
mccgrant@umn.edu

Any questions regarding the applicability of research should be directed to:
Douglas Yee, MD
yeexx006@umn.edu

Mary Jo Kreitzer, PhD
kreit003@umn.edu

Previous Grantees

2017

Impact of Mind-Body Practices in an Online Community of Caring (CaringBridge) on Health Outcomes

Mary Jo Kreitzer, PhD, RN, FAAN, Center for Spirituality & Healing, Academic Health Center
Roni Evans, PhD, DC, MS, Center for Spirituality & Healing, Academic Health Center

2012

Feasibility & Acceptability of an Active Music Making Method with BMT Patients and Their Parents
Annie Heiderscheit, PhD, Center for Spirituality and Healing, Health Sciences

2011

Cancer and Mindfulness-based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) after Chemotherapy
Anne Blaes, MD, Department of Medicine, Medical School

Contact Us: 

Jessica Raines-Jones
Research Development Coordinator
612-624-8679
mccgrant@umn.edu

Elizabeth Fedie
Research Development Manager
612-624-0653
efedie@umn.edu 

David Largaespada, PhD
Associate Director for Basic Sciences

612-626-4979
larga002@umn.edu

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