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PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS

CGA-IGC is delighted to highlight previous CGA-IGC Grant recipients. 

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Timothy Yen, MD

Loma Linda University

USA

2022

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Giovana Tardin Torrezan, PhD

A.C. Camargo Cancer Center

Brazil

Integrated electronic health record intervention to improve provider-patient communication of familial colorectal cancer risk in those with advanced colorectal polyps

KRAS-G12C: The neglected biomarker for identifying MUTYH-associated polyposis patients

2021

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Sukh Makhnoon, PhD, MS

MD Anderson Cancer Ctr,

USA

2020

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Francisco Lopez Kostner, MD

Clinica Universidad de los Andes

Chile

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Samara Rifkin, MD

University of Michigan Health

USA

Cultural Adaptation of FamilyTalk to Improve Family Communication in Genetics

A Latin American Genetic Counseling network for hereditary GI cancers

Diet and Microbiome  and Dysbiosis in Lynch Syndrome

2019

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Charles Muller, MD 

The University of Chicago

USA

2017

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Aparajita Singh, MD

The University of California, San Francisco, USA

Feasibility of CRC Risk Assessment in a Federally Qualified Health Center

Kintalk/LSSN collaboration to facilitate research on screening for Lynch Syndrome

2016

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Tae Hart, C.Psych.

Ryerson University

Canada

Examining intrafamilial communication of colorectal cancer risk status to family members and kin responses to colonoscopy: a qualitative study

2014

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Allison Burton-Chase, PhD

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

USA

Factors impacting the decision of an individual with Lynch Syndrome to terminate a Health Care Provider Relationship

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