DoD Peer Reviewed Cancer, Behavioral Health Science Award
The Behavioral Health Science Award supports innovative research and high-reward studies that span the spectrum of behavioral health science, including quality of life, symptom management, resilience, neurocognitive deficits, and psychosocial issues related to cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship. Studies must address one or more of these critical issues in at least one of the FY21 PRCRP Topic Areas. Proposed research should focus on at least one of the stages of survivorship as characterized by the American Society for Clinical Oncology: acute, extended, and/or permanent (https://www.cancer.net/survivorship/what-survivorship, https://www.asco.org/sites/new-www.asco.org/files/content-files/practice-and-guidelines/documents/ASCO-guidelines-summary-of-recommendations-tables.pdf). The overall goal of the Behavioral Health Science Award is to advance behavioral health cancer science and fill gaps in the understanding of survivorship, including investigations into the psychologi...