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Project No. 
Title 
PI 
Funding End 
The impact of genetic testing for type 2 diabetes on health behaviors
Voils, Corrine
2013-03-30
Determinants of Adoption and Delivery of Genomic Medicine in VHA
Scheuner, Maren
2013-07-31
Preparing to Discuss Genetic Test Results for Colorectal Cancer Risk
Fagerlin, Angela
2013-05-31
Incorporating genomics into routine clinical care for Veterans with colon cancer
Provenzale, Dawn
2015-09-30
Value of Delivery of Targeted Therapy for Veterans with Advanced Lung Cancer
Hayes, Teresa
2016-06-30
Impact of family history and decision support on high-risk cancer screening
Voils, Corrine
2020-03-31
Aligning policy and healthcare services with Veterans' values and preferences for results from Whole Genome Sequencing
Knight, Sara
2021-04-30
Precision Medicine Care Coordination in the Veterans Health Administration
Scheuner, Maren
2021-09-30
Processes Associated with the Use of Family Health History Information at the VHA
Arar, Nedal
2011-05-31
Measuring the quality of genomic health services in the VA: A pilot
Meterko, Mark
2012-09-30
Evaluation of Videoconferencing vs Telephone Genetic Counseling Consultations
Datta, Santanu
2015-03-31
Evaluation of Lynch Syndrome Screening in VISN22: Clinical and Budget Impact
Russell, Marcia
2016-03-31
Optimizing Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Modifying Anti-rheumatic Drugs
Cannon, Grant
2008-09-30
Genetic Testing Decision Analysis Model for Antidepressant Treatment
Pyne, Jeffrey
2008-09-30

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