Lisa Conboy, Sc.D.
|Title||Instructor in Medicine, Part-time|
|Institution||Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center|
|Address||Harvard Medical School|
NRB, Osher Research Center
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
Boston MA 02115
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DOD W81XWH-15-1-0695 (CONBOY, LISA A)Oct 1, 2015 - Sep 30, 2017Army
Designing a Successful Acupuncture Treatment Program for Gulf War Illness
Role Description: The goals of this current application are:1) Gather follow up data from our veteran participants (from our completed parent study The Effectiveness of Acupuncture in the Treatment Of Gulf War Illness) on current symptom levels and use of services to explore the long-term effects of an acupuncture treatment program, 2) Develop suggestions for how an acupuncture program may be implemented using the viewpoints of multiple stakeholders, 3) Develop a treatment manual for acupuncture practitioners explaining the most effective methods of treating the symptoms of GWI.
R01AT008573 (LEMBO, ANTHONY J)Sep 1, 2015 - Jun 30, 2020NIH/NCCIH
Efficacy of Open-Label Placebo, Double-Blind Placebo, and Peppermint Oil in IBS
DOD GW130028 (CONBOY, LISA A)Aug 1, 2014 - Feb 28, 2017Army
Bench to Bedside: Understanding Symptom Response to Acupuncture Treatment and Designing a Successful Acupuncture Treatment Program
Role Description: The goals of the project are to determine the relationships between dose of acupuncture and effect on secondary outcomes and the relationship of dose and clinical improvement in a sample of veterans with Gulf War Illness who received acupuncture treatment.
R34AT007569 (SALMOIRAGO-BLOTCHER, ELANA)Sep 30, 2013 - May 31, 2017NIH/NCCIH
Development of a Tai Chi intervention to overcome barriers to cardiac rehabilitation
R34AT007197 (LAZAR, SARA W)Sep 1, 2013 - Jun 30, 2015NIH/NCCIH
Preliminary study of a Yoga Program to catalyze health behavior change
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