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Funding and Grant Support

Funding and Grant Support

Office of Complementary and Alternative Medicine,
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.
“Acupuncture for HIV-related peripheral neuropathy.”
Phillips, K.D. (Co-PI), Hand, G.A., & Skelton, W.D.
2006-2007,$582,000, not funded.

Office of Complementary and Alternative Medicine,
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.
“Acupuncture, HIV, and stress-induced oral
disease.” Hand, G.A., Phillips, K.D. (Co-PI),
& Skelton, W.D. 2005-2007,$359,200, 2 years, not funded.

South Carolina Cancer Center Interdisciplinary Research Grant.
“Acupuncture as adjuvant therapy for distressful
symptoms of cancer, cancer chemotherapy,
and radiation therapy.” Phillips, K.D. (PI), Hand, G.A., Skelton,
W.D., & Lambert-Falls, R. 2003-2004, $14,781, 1 year, funded.

National Institutes of Health, National Institute of
Nursing Research, College of Nursing,
Center for Health Promotion and Risk Reduction
in Special Populations:“Effects of acupuncture and
nursing back rub on stressinduced oral manifestations
of HIV infection.” Hand, G.A., Phillips, K.D.
(Co-PI), Skelton, W.D., & Wells, J.
2001-2002, $10,000, 1 year, funded.

Sponsored Programs and Research, Columbia,
South Carolina. “The effects of acupuncture
on sleep quality in persons with HIV disease.”
Phillips, K.D., (PI) & Skelton, W.D.
1999-2000, $7,500.00, 1 year, funded.