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Herbert Charles Smitherman, Jr., MD, MPH, FACP Curriculum Vitae Page 14

GRANT SUPPORT (Continues)

1996

Bristol-Myers Squibb US Pharmaceuticals. September 1996.

Unrestricted Educational Grant, $3,000

1998

Principal Investigator: “Hannan Foundation Grant.” $40,000, September 1998.

1998

Participant: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation. “Breast Cancer Control for African-Americans in Primary Care Sites.” $47,467, November 1998.

2001

Principal Investigator: Department of Housing and Urban Development “HUD Grant” to capitalize the construction of a additional Primary Care Facility in the City of Detroit $1.5 million, September, 2001.

2002

Participant: Medical Consultant for The Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation Grant- “Breast Cancer Prevention Needs in the African American Population”. $250,000, January, 2003 – January 2005.

2001

Principal Investigator: Pfizer Pharmaceutical unrestricted educational grant for research and treatment for Cardiovascular Disease in the African American Population”. $3,000, April 2002

2004

Principal Investigator: Pfizer Pharmaceutical for unrestricted educational grant to educate and promote Healthy Living at Community Health Fair”. $2,000 November 24, 2004.

1997

Co-Principal Investigator: Multi pharmaceutical corporate support Educational Grant for the Medical Office of Special Programs. $33,500, May 1997.

1997

Grant Submitted and Pending: Principal Investigator: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation African-American Health Request for Proposal Program.

1998

Grant Submitted and Pending: Participant: Department of Health and Human Services, Proposal #PAR-97-032 “Structural Barriers to Breast Cancer Services for African Americans” $71,350, May 1998

1998

Participant: W. K. Kellogg Foundation. “Voices of Detroit Initiative Managing Health Care for the Underserved.” $5,000,000, May 1998.

1998

Principal Investigator: Central City Aging Services Consortium project. $20,000, June

1998

Proposal #29-RFP/AA:

Are There Black/White Differences in

Preferences for Costly Medical Interventions?

$49,921, August 1997.

the

Treatment

1998

Co-Principal Investigator: Parke-Davis Corporation; Unrestricted Educational Grant for the Medical Office of Special Programs. $40,000, April 1998.

Health

Community

of

1998. Community Assistant Investigator: Graduate Medical Educational Grant.”

“Michigan Department $1,400,000, July 1998.

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