Active Studies

Listed below are Project Summaries for current research projects in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mt. Zion.

Updated: February 6, 2019

The Patient Cancer OUtreach, Navigation, Technology and Support (Patient COUNTS) Project: Addressing Care for Asian Americans with Cancer - Tung Nguyen, MD


Identifying and Addressing Health-Related Social Needs in the UCSF General Medicine Practice - Jane Jih, MD


Lung Cancer Screening: A Multilevel Intervention (Aim 2) - Celia Kaplan, DrPH


Improving the Transfer from Pediatric to Adult Care for Young Adults with Childhood-onset Chronic Diseases - Megie Okumura, MD


Pilot Study of Health Messages for Latino Patients with CKD and Their Families - Veronica Yank, MD


Improving Primary Care Assessment and Diagnosis of Dementia: The Early and Accurate Detection and Diagnosis Toolkit - Alissa Bernstein, PhD, MPH


Tailored drug titration through artificial intelligence: an interventional study (ARTERY) - Gabriela Voskarician, PhD


Walnuts to Achieve Lasting NUTrition to prevent Diabetes (WALNUT-Diabetes) - Meghana D. Gadgil, MD


All of Us Research Program - Robert A. Hiatt, MD, PhD


Expanding Access to Home-based Palliative Care through Primary Care Medical Groups - Susan Engidanos, PhD


WISDOM Study - Laura Esserman, MD, MBA


Lung Cancer Screening: The Views of Patients and Physicians (TRDRP) - Celia Kaplan, DrPH

Addendum to TRDRP, November 2018


Photos to Promote Health: Pilot Study of a Photovoice based Intervention for Dietary Change in the Ambulatory Care of Older Adults - Jane Jih, MD


Identifying and Assessing Food Insecurity in Older Diverse Primary Care Patients - Jane Jih, MD


Living Alone with Cognitive Impairment - Elena Portacolone, PhD


Clinician language concordance and interpreter use: Impact of a systems intervention on communication and clinical outcomes - Leah Karliner, MD


Care Ecosystem - Bruce Miller, MD