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GRANT D. HUANG
Address: Cooperative Studies Program (10P9CS)
Phone: (202) 443-5600
VHA Office of Research & Development E-mail: email@example.com
EDUCATION / TRAINING
1992 – 1996
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology (with High Honors)
Master of Science (M.S.) in Medical Psychology
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
Concentration area: Epidemiology & Biostatistics Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Medical Psychology
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Certificate in Executive Leadership
1993 – 1996
Dept. of Political Science; Dept. of Psychology; School of Optometry
University of California, Berkeley
Dept. of Medical & Clinical Psychology; Dept. of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Research Assistant Professor
Dept. of Medical & Clinical Psychology; Dept. of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Director, Occupational Ergonomics Residency Program
Master of Public Health Program, Dept. of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Center for Ergonomics & Workplace Health
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Dept. of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Clinical Science Program Manager
Clinical Science Research & Development Service (CSR&D)
Office of Research & Development (ORD) /Veterans Health Administration
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Washington, D.C.
Dept. of Medical & Clinical Psychology
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Deputy Director, Cooperative Studies Program
Clinical Science Research & Development Service
Office of Research & Development / Veterans Health Administration
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C.
Dept. of Rehabilitation Science
College of Health & Human Services
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
HONORS AND AWARDS
High Honors in Psychology (Univ. of California, Berkeley - 1996)
Psi Chi - Psychology Honor Society (1996)
Uniformed Services University Graduate Fellowship (USUHS, 1996-1999)
Uniformed Services University Senior Graduate Fellowship (USUHS, 1999-2000)
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Col eges (2000)
Henry M. Jackson Fellowship in Medical Sciences (2000-2001)
Delta Omega – Public Health Honor Society (2001)
First graduate of dual MPH/PhD degree program (USUHS, 2001)
Distinguished Visiting Professor – Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base (2001)
Outstanding Instructor Award – Dept of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics, USUHS (2003)
Special Contribution Award – VA Office of Research & Development (2003-10)
Board of Directors Certificate of Appreciation – VA Cooperative Studies Program (2009)
Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (team member) (2009)
VA Cooperative Studies Program (CSP)
Chief Operating Officer for national multi-site clinical trials and epidemiological research program o 12 research centers employing over 500 individuals; ~ 35 studies on-going at a time Develop/implement/oversee scientific, technical and management initiatives Develop/implement/oversee program research, operational and fiscal policies and activities Evaluate/analyze program scientific, fiscal and management activities
VA Clinical Science Research & Development Service / Office of Research & Development
Senior scientist/program officer for VA clinical trials and epidemiological research activities Special projects manager for VA leadership initiatives Scientific liaison / representative for intra-/interagency and external activities
Member, LCME Self-Study Committee on Research, USUHS (1998 - 1999)
Member, Outstanding Biomedical Graduate Educator Award Committee, USUHS (1999) Member, Public Relations Committee, Department of Medical & Clinical Psychology, Reviewer, DA PAM 40-21, Ergonomics Program (2002) Member, Accreditation/Institutional Review Committee, Dept of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics, Member, Practicum & Independent Project Advisory Committee, Dept of Preventive Medicine & Chair, ORD Clinical Trials Registration Work Group (2004 – present)
Co-Chair, ORD Office Move Committee (2010)
Professional Committees/Advisory Boards
U.S. Marine Corps Safety Forum (2000 - 2003)
Dept of Defense, Ergonomics Working Group (2000 – 2009)
U.S. Army Work Safety Demonstration Project Working Group (2001 - 2003)
Accredited Standards Committee Z365 Control of Cumulative Trauma Disorders (2002)
Dept. of Defense Workers’ Compensation Initiative Board (2002 – 2004)
Program Steering Committee Member, 6th Annual Force Health Protection Conference –
AHRQ Federal Interagency Panel on Medicare Clinical Trial Policy (2007) Academy Health Advisory Committee on Health Services Research in 2020 (2008 - present) AAMC-VA Working Group on Information Technology Security and Privacy in VA and NIH Academy Health Advisory Committee on Health Services Research & Health Information Federal Coordinating Committee for Clinical Genomics, Identifying Opportunities to Maximize the Utility of Genomics Research Data through Electronic Health Information Exchange, DHHS Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative Steering Committee (2009 – present)
VA Future of Health Services Research Work Group (2010)
NIH Center for Scientific Review Search Committee (2010)
Conference Planning Member, Quest for Research Excellence (2010 – 2011)
Academy Health Core Resources in Health Services Research Review Panel (2011)
AARP Public Policy Institute Roundtable on Expanding Clinical Trials (2011)
Editorial / Scientific Review Activities
Editorial Board, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation (2002 – present)
Reviewer - Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation; Pain; Health Psychology; Assistive Technology
(Journal of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America); American Journal of Industrial Medicine; Clinical Journal of Pain; Disability and Health Journal; Pharmaceutical Medicine; Journal of the American Medical Association. VA Rehabilitation Research & Development Merit Review Subcommittee (2004, 2010) Designated Federal Officer – VA Cooperative Studies Scientific Merit Review Board / Cooperative Studies Scientific Evaluation Committee (2004 – present) Program Manager, Epidemiology Subcommittee, CSR&D (2005-2007)
Data analysis consultant, Berlex Laboratories (2000)
Scientific consultant, Center for Health Promotion & Preventive Medicine – Ergonomics Program
Statistical consultant, Health Services Dept, The World Bank (2001 – 2003)
Data analysis consultant, Occupational & Behavioral Health Services (2001 – 2006)
Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (1996 - 1997)
American Psychological Association (1997 - 2005)
Society for Behavioral Medicine (1998 - 2004)
American Public Health Association (1999 - 2007)
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (2002 – 2004)
Society for Clinical Trials (2005 – 2010)
Huang GD. Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders/Disability in the U.S. Marine Corps: Burden
and Risk Factors, Office of Research, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1999.
Huang GD. The Impact of Work Organization and Ergonomic Factors on Musculoskeletal
Disorders in the U.S. Marine Corps, Office of Research, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 2000.
Feuerstein M, Huang GD (Co-PIs). Burdens of Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders in the U.S.
Marine Corps, Safety Division, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 2000-2002. Feuerstein M, Huang GD (Co-PIs). Identifying the Physical Demands of Military Occupational
Specialties, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, 2001-2002.
Huang GD. Case Management of Occupational Injuries/Illnesses among Civilian U.S. Army
Personnel, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, 2002-2003. Huang GD. Prospectively Identifying Ergonomic & Work Organization Risk Factors for
Musculoskeletal-related Clinic Visits. Johns Hopkins-National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research Center, 2003-2004.
2004 to present. Oversight and administration of federal research program for multi-site clinical
trials and epidemiological research.
2004 to present – Over 15 collaborative agreements negotiated with various industry and federal
agencies providing financial and/or material support of multi-site clinical trials.
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
1. Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Americans with Disabilities Act litigation: Implications for work re-
entry. J Occup Rehabil. 1998; 8: 91-102.
2. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM, Peck CA. Occupational upper extremity-related
disability: Demographic, physical, and psychosocial factors. Mil Med. 1998; 163: 1-7.
3. Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Preventing disability in patients with occupational musculoskeletal
4. Feuerstein M, Burrell LM, Miller VL, Lincoln A, Huang GD, Berger R. Clinical management of
carpal tunnel syndrome: A twelve year review of outcomes. Am J Ind Med. 1999; 35: 232-245.
5. Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM, Huang GD. Predictors of occupational low back disability:
Implications for secondary prevention. J Occup Environ Med. 1999; 41: 1024-1031.
6. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Haufler AJ, Miller JK. Development of a screen for predicting clinical
outcomes in patients with work-related upper extremity disorders. J Occup Environ Med. 2000; 42: 749-761. 7. Haufler AJ, Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Job stress, upper extremity pain, and functional
limitations in symptomatic computer users. Am J Ind Med. 2000; 38: 507-515. 8. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Arroyo F. Back and upper extremity disorders in enlisted U.S.
Marine Corps personnel: Burden and individual risk factors. Mil Med. 2001; 166: 1007-1017.
9. Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM, Haufler AJ, Lopez MS, Huang GD. Working with low back pain:
Determinants of limited duty and lost time. Am J Ind Med. 2001; 40: 627 – 638.
10. Dane D, Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Dimberg L, Ali D, Lincoln A. Measurement properties of a
self-report index of ergonomic exposures for use in an office work environment. J Occup Environ Med. 2002; 44: 73-81.
11. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Sauter SL. Occupational stress and work-related upper extremity
disorders: Concepts and models. Am J Ind Med, 2002; 41: 298-314. 12. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Kop W, Schor K, Arroyo F. Individual and combined impacts of
biomechanical and work organization factors in work-related musculoskeletal symptoms. Am J Ind Med. 2003; 43: 495-506.
13. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Ortiz JM, Shaw WS, Miller VI, Wood PM. Integrated case
management for work-related upper-extremity disorders: impact of patient satisfaction on health and work status. J Occup Environ Med. 2003; 45: 803-812.
14. Feuerstein M, Shaw WS, Nicholas RA, Huang GD. From confounders to suspected risk
factors: Psychosocial factors and work-related upper extremity disorders. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2004; 13: 171-178.
15. Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Identifying work organization targets for a work-related
musculoskeletal symptom prevention program. J Occup Rehabil. 2004; 14: 13-30.
16. Feuerstein M, Marcus SC, Huang GD. National trends in non-operative care for non-specific
17. Feuerstein M, Nicholas RA, Huang GD, Dimberg L, Ali D, Rogers H. Job stress management
and ergonomic intervention for work-related upper extremity disorders. Appl Ergon. 2004; 35(6): 565-574.
18. Feuerstein M, Nicholas RA, Huang GD, Haufler AJ, Pransky G, Robinson M. Workstyle:
Development of a measure of response to work in those with upper extremity pain. J Occup Rehabil. 2005; 15; 87-104.
19. Daniels C, Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Lopez M. Self-report measure of low back-related
biomechanical exposures: Clinical validation. J Occup Rehabil. 2005; 15: 113-128.
20. Huang GD, Peduzzi P, Kerkovich D. Robotics and clinical research: Expanding the evidence
base for care. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2006; 43: xiii-xvi. 21. Duckworth W, Abraira C, Moritz T, Reda D, Emanuele N, Reaven PD, Zieve FJ, Marks J, Davis SN, Hayward R, Warren SR, Goldman S, McCarren M, Vitek ME, Henderson WG, Huang GD.
Glucose control and vascular complications in veterans with Type 2 diabetes. N Engl J Med.
2009; 360: 129-139.
22. Weaver FM, Follett K, Stern M, Hur K, Harris C, Marks W, Rothlind J, Sagher O, Reda D, Moy C, Pahwa R, Burchiel K, Hogarth P, Lai EC, Duda JE, Holloway K, Samii A, Horn S, Bronstein
J, Stoner G, Heemskerk J, Huang GD, and the CSP 468 Study Group. Bilateral deep brain
stimulation vs best medical therapy for patients with advanced Parkinson Disease: A
randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2009; 301: 63-73.
23. Fried LF, Duckworth W, Zhang JH, O’Connor T, Brophy M, Emanuele N, Huang GD,
McCullough PA, Palevsky PM, Seliger S, Warren SR, Peduzzi P. Design of Combination Angiotensin Receptor Blocker and Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor for Treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy (VA NEPHRON-D). Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 2009; 4: 361-368. 24. Lo AC, Guarino PD, Richards LG, Haselkorn JK, Wittenberg GF, Federman DG, Ringer RJ, Wagner TH, Krebs HI, Volpe BT, Bever CT, Bravata DM, Duncan PW, Corn BH, Maffucci AD,
Nadeau SE, Conroy SS, Powell JM, Huang GD, Peduzzi P. Robot-assisted therapy for long-
term upper-limb impairment after stroke. N Engl J Med. 2010; 362: 1772-83.
25. Follett KA, Weaver FM, Stern M, Hur K, Harris CL, Luo P, Marks WJ, Rothlind J, Sagher O, Moy C, Pahwa R, Burchiel K, Hogarth P, Lai EC, Duda JE, Holloway K, Samii A, Horn S,
Bronstein JM, Stoner G, Starr PA, Simpson R, Baltuch G, DeSalles A, Huang GD, Reda DJ.
Palladial versus subthalamic deep-brain stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease. N Engl J Med.
2010; 362: 2077-91.
26. Concato J, Peduzzi P, Huang GD, O’Leary TJ, Kupersmith J. Comparative effectiveness
research: What kind of studies do we need? J Investig Med. 2010; 58: 764-769.
27. Huang GD, Ferguson R, Peduzzi PN, O’Leary, TJ. Scientific and organizational collaboration
for a national comparative effectiveness research program: The VA Cooperative Studies Program model. Am J Med. 2010; 123: e24-31.
28. Peduzzi P, Kyriakides T, O’Connor TZ, Guarino P, Warren SR, Huang GD. Methodological
issues in comparative effectiveness research: Clinical trials. Am J Med. 2010; 123: e8-15.
29. Concato J, Lawler EV, Lew RA, Gaziano JM, Aslan M, Huang GD. Observational methods in
comparative effectiveness research. Am J Med. 2010; 123: e16-23.
30. Rosenheck RA, Krystal JH, Lew R, Barnett PG, Thwin SS, Fiore L, Valley D, Huang GD, Neal
C, Vertrees JE, Liang MH. Challenges in the design and conduct of controlled clinical effectiveness trials in schizophrenia. Clin Trials. 2011;8(2):196-204. E-version: Jan 26, 2011.
31. Wagner TH, Lo A, Peduzzi PN, Bravata DM, Huang GD, Krebs HI, Ringer RJ, Federman DG,
Richards LG, Haselkorn JK, Wittenberg GF, Volpe BT, Bever CT, Duncan PW, Siroka A, Guarino PD. An economic analysis of robot-assisted therapy for long-term upper-limb impairment after stroke. Stroke. 2011; 42(9):2630-2 E-version: Jul 14, 2011.
32. Krystal JH, Rosenheck RA, Cramer JA, Vessichio J, Jones KM, Affleck S, Huang GD, Vertrees
JE for the Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study #504 Group. Adjunctive risperidone treatment for antidepressant-resistant symptoms of chronic military service-related posttraumatic stress disorder. JAMA. 2011;306(5):493-502. 33. Duckworth WC, Abraira C, Moritz TE, Davis SN, Emanuele N, Goldman S, Hayward R, Huang
GD, Marks JB, Reaven PD, Reda DJ, Warren SR, Zieve FJ for the investigators of the VADT.
The duration of diabetes affects the response to intensive glucose control in Type 2 subjects:
The VA Diabetes Trial. J Diabetes Complications. 2011; 25(6): 355-361.
34. Fan VS, Gaziano JM, Lew R, Bourbeau J, Adams SG, Leatherman S, Thwin SS, Huang GD,
Robbins R, Sriram PS, Sharafkhaneh A, Mador MJ, Sarosi G, Panos RJ, Rastogi P, Wagner TH, Mazzuca SA, Shannon C, Colling C, Liang MH, Stoller JK, Fiore L, Niewoehner DE. A Comprehensive Care Management Program to Prevent Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Hospitalizations: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Ann Intern Med. 2012; 156(10):673-683. PEER REVIEWED COLLABORATIVE GROUP ARTICLES
35. Griffith LE, Hogg-Johnson S, Cole DC, MAPLE Collaborative Group. Low back pain
definitions in occupational studies were categorized for a meta-analysis using Delphi consensus methods. J Clin Epidemiol. 2007; 60: 625-633. 36. Boden WE, O'Rourke RA, Teo KK, Hartigan PM, Maron DJ, Kostuk WJ, Knudtson M, Dada M, Casperson P, Harris CL, Chaitman BR, Shaw L, Gosselin G, Nawaz S, Title LM, Gau G,
Blaustein AS, Booth DC, Bates ER, Spertus JA, Berman DS, Mancini GB, Weintraub WS;
COURAGE Trial Research GroupN Engl J Med 2007; 356(15):1503-16.
Effect of homocysteine lowering on mortality and vascular disease in advanced chronic kidney disease and end-stage renal disease: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2007; 298 (10):1163-70.
38. The VA/NIH Acute Renal Failure Trial Network. Intensity of renal support in critically ill
patients with acute kidney injury. N Engl J Med. 2008; 359:7-20. ffect of PCI on quality of life in patients with stable coronary diseas2008; 359(7):677-87. 40. Griffith LE, Wells RP, Shannon HS, Walter SD, Cole DC, Hogg-Johnson S, MAPLE
Collaborative Group. Developing common metrics of mechanical exposures across
aetiological studies of low back pain in working populations for the use in meta-analysis.
Occup Environ Med. 2008; 65:467-481.
41. Shaw LJ, Berman DS, Maron DJ, Mancini GB, Hayes SW, Hartigan PM, Weintraub WS, O'Rourke RA, Dada M, Spertus JA, Chaitman BR, Friedman J, Slomka P, Heller GV, Germano
G, Gosselin G, Berger P, Kostuk WJ, Schwartz RG, Knudtson M, Veledar E, Bates ER,
McCallister B, Teo KK, Boden WE; COURAGE InvestigatorsCirculation. 2008 Mar 11;117(10):1283-91.
42. Weinstock MA, Bingham SF, Lew RA, Hall R, Eilers D, Kirsner R, Naylor M, Kalivas J, Cole G, Marcolivio K, Collins J, DiGiovanna JJ, Vertrees JE, and the Veterans Affairs Topical
Tretinoin Chemoprevention Trial Group. Topical tretinoin therapy and all-cause mortality.
Arch Dermatol 2009; 145: 18-24.
43. Boden WE, O'Rourke RA, Teo KK, Maron DJ, Hartigan PM, Sedlis SP, Dada M, Labedi M, Spertus JA, Kostuk WJ, Berman DS, Shaw LJ, Chaitman BR, Mancini GB, Weintraub WS;
COURAGE Trial Investigators. Impact ofAm J Cardiol 2009; 104: 1-4.
44. Jamison RL, Shih MC, Humprhies DE, Guarino PD, Kaufman JS, Goldfarb DS, Warren SR, Gaziano JM, Lavori P, Veterans Affairs Site Investigators. Effect of the MTHFR C677T and
A1298C polymorphisms on survival in patients with advanced CKD and ESRD: a prospective
study. Am J Kidney Dis 2009; 53: 779-89.
(OVER) Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study Group. Outcomes following endovascular vs.
open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm: a randomized trial. JAMA 2009; 302(14): 1535-42.
46. Shroyer AL, Grover FL, Hattler B, Collins JF, McDonald GO, Kozora E, Lucke JC, Baltz JH, Novitzky D, for the VA CSP #517 Randomized On/Off Bypass (ROOBY) Study Group.
Outcomes Following Non-Emergent Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Procedures:
Revascularization Off versus On Bypass (ROOBY) Trial Findings. N Engl J Med 2009; 361:
Effect of the MTHFR C677T and A1298C polymorphisms on survival in patients with advanced CKD and ESRD: a prospective study.2009; 53(5):779-89. 48. Dolor RJ, Rybalid RL, Uyeda L, Edson RG, Phibbs C, Vertrees JE, Shih MC, Jacobson AK, Matchar DB, THINRS Site Investigators. An evaluation of patient self-testing competency of
prothrombin time for managing anticoagulation: pre-randomization results of VA Cooperative
Study #481 – The Home INR Study (THINRS). J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2010; 30(3): 263-75.
49. Matchar DB, Jacobson A, Dolor R, Edson R, Uyeda L, Phibbs CS, Vertrees JE, Shih MC, Holodniy M, Lavori P for the THINRS Executive Committee and Site Investigators. Effect of
home testing of international normalized ratio on clinical events. N Engl J Med. 2010; 363:
50. McFall M, Saxon AJ, Malte CA, Chow B, Bailey S, Baker DG, Beckham JC, Boardman KD, Carmody TP, Joseph AM, Smith MW, Shi MC, Lu Y, Holodniy M, Lavori PW, CSP 519 Team.
Integrating tobacco cessation into mental health care for posttraumatic stress disorder: a
randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2010; 304: 2485-93.
51. Goldman S, Sethi GK, Holman W, et al. Radial artery grafts vs saphenous vein grafts in coronary artery bypass surgery. JAMA. 2011: 305: 167-174. 52. Barnett PG, Scott JY, Rosenheck RA for the CSP 555 Study Group. How do clinical trials
participants compare to other patients with schizophrenia? Schizophr Res. 2011 Aug;130(1-3):34-39. Epub 2011 Apr 22. 53. Jamison, RL, Hartigan P, Kaufman J, Goldfarb DS, Warren S, Guarino P, Gaziano JM and the VA Site Investigators. Characteristics of advanced chronic kidney disease patients compared
to those with end stage renal disease in U.S. Veterans, Similar prevalence of comorbidities: VA
Cooperative Study No. 453, The Homocysteine Study. Under review.
1. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Pransky G. Workstyle and work-related upper extremity disorders.
In RJ Gatchel & DC Turk (Eds.), Psychosocial Factors in Pain. New York: Guilford. 1999: 175 – 192. 2. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Shaw WS. Responding to the shifting managed care environment in
workers’ compensation. In SD Lande & R Kulich (Eds.), Managed Care and Pain. Glenview, IL: American Pain Society. 2000: 173-196.
3. Shaw WS, Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Secondary prevention and the workplace. In SJ Linton
(Ed.), New Avenues for the Prevention of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability. New York: Elsevier. 2002: 215-235.
1. Huang GD. Stereopsis and monocular speed discrimination. Active Intellect 1996; 2: 54.
2. Banks MS, Huang GD, Backus BT, Crowell JA. The relationship between dynamic stereopsis
and monocular speed discrimination. Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science 1996; 37: S685.
3. Huang GD. Review of Kendall NAS, Linton SJ, & Main CJ: Guide to assessing psychosocial
yellow flags in acute low back pain: Risk factors for long-term disability and work loss. J Occup Rehabil1997; 7: 249-250.
4. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Shaheen M. Ergonomic intervention: Upper extremity
musculoskeletal safety and health. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Medical Center. 1998.
5. Feuerstein M, Storey JM, Huang GD, Kalupa KL. Reducing the impact of job stress on upper
extremity symptoms. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Medical Center. 1998.
6. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Shaheen M, Storey JM. Managing job stress and reducing
ergonomic risks. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Medical Center. 1998.
7. Huang GD. Review of International examinations of the medical-legal aspects of work injuries.
Yates EH, Burton JF, (Eds.) J Occup Rehabil1999; 9: 213-214.
8. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Shaheen M, Storey JM. Ergo-Stress Management for Your Health:
Managing Job Stress and Reducing Ergonomic Risks. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Medical Center. 2000.
9. Huang GD, Schuster BG, Fihn SD. Advancing veterans care through clinical research. U.S.
Medicine. U.S. Medicine 2004; 40 (11) 17-18. 10. Peduzzi P, Huang GD. The VA Cooperative Studies Program. AAMC Reporter June 2008
CSP Staff Operations Manual (editor)
CSP Guidelines for the Planning and Conduct of Cooperative Studies (editor)
ORD Request for Proposals - Clinical Research Centers of Excellence (primary author).
ORD Request for Proposals – Cooperative Studies Program Coordinating Centers (primary author)
ORD Request for Proposals - Pharmacogenomic Analysis Laboratories (co-author)
VHA Directive 1205 – Cooperative Studies Program (primary author)
VHA Handbook 1205.01 – Cooperative Studies Program Study Initiation and Management
FY2011 Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical & Prosthetic Research Appropriation submission
ORD Funding Opportunity Announcement – CSP Network of Dedicated Enrollment Sites
Huang GD. Bachelor of Arts Honors thesis in Psychology An investigation of stereoscopic
processes. Berkeley, CA: University of California – Berkeley. 1996.
Huang GD. Master of Science thesis in Medical Psychology Predicting outcome in patients with
work-related upper extremity disorders: A prospective study of medical, physical, ergonomic, and
psychosocial risk factors. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
Huang GD. Master of Public Health thesis - Back and upper extremity disorders in enlisted U.S.
Marine Corps personnel: Burden and risk factors. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of
the Health Sciences. 2000.
Huang GD. Doctor of Philosophy thesis in Medical Psychology - Workplace stressors and
musculoskeletal symptoms: Examining the combined impact of ergonomic and work organization
factors. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. 2001.
SCIENTIFIC & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
1. Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM, Pastel R, Huang GD. Impact of disability on military readiness:
Policy implications for prevention. Presented at the Department of Defense Ergonomics Working Group meeting, Alexandria, VA. April 1997.
2. Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM, Huang GD, Pastel R. Secondary prevention program for
occupational back pain-related disability. Presented at the Workers’ Compensation Research Group, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. July 1997.
3. Feuerstein M, Miller JK, Huang GD, Belouad F. Predictors of lost time and health outcomes in
work-related upper extremity disorders. Presented at the Office Ergonomics Research Committee meeting, Manchester, VT. October 1997. 4. Berkowitz SM, Huang GD, Koselka M, et al. Health psychology in a military primary care
setting. Presented at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. November 1997.
5. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Berkowitz SM. Toward developing an empirically based secondary
prevention program for occupational upper extremity disability. Presented at the 19th Annual Society for Behavioral Medicine meeting, New Orleans, LA. March 1997; Annals of Behavioral Medicine 1998; 20 Suppl: S131.
6. Feuerstein M, Haufler AJ, Huang GD. Developing a measure of workstyle. Presented at the
Center for VDT and Health Research meeting, Annapolis, MD. April 1998.
7. Berkowitz SM, Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Predicting occupational musculoskeletal disability
using the U.S. Army Health Risk Appraisal. Presented at the 34th Annual Society for Prospective Medicine meeting, Newport, RI. October 1998.
8. Haufler AJ, Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Job stress and workstyle: Correlates of upper extremity
pain and functional limitations in computer users. Presented at the 32nd Annual Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy Convention, Washington, D.C. November 1998.
9. Huang GD, Berkowitz SM, Feuerstein M. Occupational stress as a predictor of work-related
musculoskeletal disability. Presented at the APA-NIOSH Work, Stress, & Health ’99: Organization of Work in a Global Economy Conference, Baltimore, MD. March 1999.
10. Haufler AJ, Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Toward a measure of workstyle. Presented at the APA-
NIOSH Work, Stress, & Health ’99: Organization of Work in a Global Economy Conference, Baltimore, MD. March 1999.
11. Huang GD. Occupational stress as a risk factor for poorer outcomes in work-related
musculoskeletal disorders. Presented at the Department of Medical & Clinical Psychology Colloquium, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. May 1999.
12. Haufler AJ, Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Upper extremity pain and function in computer users.
Presented at ErgoCon ’99 (5th Annual Meeting), San Jose, CA. June 1999. 13. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Haufler AJ. Predicting work and health outcomes in occupational
upper extremity disorders. Presented at the Office Ergonomics Research Committee meeting. Chattum, MA. October 1999.
14. Feuerstein M, Haufler AJ, Huang GD, et al. ErgoScreen: A tool to identify soldiers at risk for
low back pain and lost time. Presented at the Department of Defense Ergonomic Working Group meeting, Washington, D.C. November 1999.
15. Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Occupational musculoskeletal disorders & disability in the U.S.
Marine Corps: Burden & risk factors. Presented at the 8th Annual Navy Occupational Safety and Health Professional Development Conference, Norfolk, VA. February 2000. 16. Haufler, AJ, Feuerstein M, Huang, GD. Properties of a self-report measure of ergonomic
exposure. Presented at the 14th Conference on Military Medicine, Bethesda, MD. May 2000.
17. Feuerstein M, Haufler AJ, Huang GD. Reducing impact of workplace injuries on military
readiness. Presented at the 14th Conference on Military Medicine, Bethesda, MD. May 2000.
18. Huang GD. Back and upper extremity disorders in enlisted U.S. Marine Corps personnel.
Presented at the Department of Preventive Medicine & Biometrics Colloquium, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. June 2000.
19. Huang GD. Developing a line of research in graduate education. Presented at the USUHS
Open House 2001, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. March 2001.
20. Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Effects of ergonomic intervention with and without job stress
management on exposures, symptoms, and functional outcomes. Presented at the Office Ergonomics Research Committee meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 2001.
21. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Clarke C, Lopez M. Predictors of recovery from low back pain in
primary care patients. Presented at the VA Guidelines Working Group Meeting, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. April 2001.
22. Lopez M, Huang GD, Cloeren M. Best practices: Integrated case management. Presented at
the Department of Defense Work Safety Demonstration Program Meeting, Edgewood, MD. May 2001.
23. Feuerstein M, Huang GD. Occupational health psychology: Research and practice. Presented
at Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base, MD. June 2001.
24. Huang GD. Job stress and musculoskeletal health: Identifying targets for intervention.
Presented at the Department of Medical & Clinical Psychology Colloquium, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. January 2002.
25. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Dane D. Upper extremity-related ergonomic exposures: Comparison
of self-report and observational measures. Presented at the 5th Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Baltimore, MD. March 2002.
26. Huang GD. Integrating ergonomic and job stress factors in research, training, and policy
development. Presented at the Centers for Preventive Medicine and Public Health meeting. Bethesda, MD. March 2002.
27. Storey J, Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Johnson W. Job stress reactivity and work related
musculoskeletal symptoms. Presented at the 23rd Annual Society for Behavioral Medicine Conference, Washington, DC. April 2002.; Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002; 24 Suppl: S101.
28. Nicholas RA, Feuerstein M, Pransky G, Haufler AJ, Huang GD. Measure of biobehavioral risk
for work-related upper extremity disorders. Presented at the 23rd Annual Society for Behavioral Medicine Conference, Washington, DC. April 2002; Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002; 24 Suppl: S225.
29. Huang GD, Feuerstein M. Targeting work organization factors in work-related musculoskeletal
outcome interventions. Presented at the 23rd Annual Society for Behavioral Medicine Conference, Washington, DC. April 2002; Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002; 24 Suppl: S225.
30. Huang GD. U.S. Army Work Safety Demonstration Project: Implementing an integrated case
management approach for occupational injuries/illnesses. Presented at the Garrison Commander’s briefing, Ft. Bragg, NC. April 2002.
31. Huang GD. Towards the prevention of low back and upper extremity disorders in the U.S.
Marine Corps. Presented at Forging Ahead – Preventing Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders: The 2nd Annual Dept. of Defense Ergonomics Conference, Chantilly, VA. April 2002.
32. Feuerstein M, Shaw W, Miller V, Huang GD, Ortiz J, Wood P. Integrated case management of
work-related upper extremity disorders. Presented at Forging Ahead – Preventing Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders: The 2nd Annual Dept. of Defense Ergonomics Conference, Chantilly, VA. April 2002.
33. Haufler AJ, Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Clarke C, Lopez M. Predictors of recovery from low
back pain in primary care patients. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. May 2002.; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2002; 34(5 Suppl).
34. Feuerstein M, Nicholas R, Huang GD, Suchday S. Validation of workstyle as a predictor of
upper extremity-related outcomes. Presented at the International Association for the Study of Pain 10th World Congress on Pain, San Diego, CA. August 2002.
35. Feuerstein M, Huang GD, Shaw WS, Miller V, Lincoln A, Wood P. Integrated case
management for work-related upper extremity disorders in the federal workforce. Presented at the Dept of Defense Civilian Injury Prevention/Injury Management Best Practices Meeting, Edgewood, MD. October 2002.
36. Nicholas RA, Feuerstein M, Haufler AJ, Pransky G, Huang GD. Brief biobehavioral risk
measure for work-related upper extremity disorders. Presented at the 130th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. November 2002.
37. Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Kop WJ. Ergonomic and work organization combinations that
impact work-related musculoskeletal symptoms. Presented at the APA-NIOSH Work, Stress, & Health: New Challenges in a Changing Workplace-The Fifth Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health Conference, Toronto, Canada. March 2003.
38. Feuerstein M, Haufler AJ, Huang GD. Job stress and repeated physician visits for low back
pain in a primary care setting. Presented at the 25th Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. March 2004.; Annals of Behavioral Medicine; 27 Suppl: S109.
39. Feuerstein M, Nicholas RA, Huang GD, Rogers HL, Dimberg L, Ali D. Ergonomic intervention
and stress management for secondary prevention of work-related upper extremity symptoms. Presented at the 25th Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. March 2004.; Annals of Behavioral Medicine; 27 Suppl: S129.
40. Widing D, Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Nicholas RA. Prospectively identifying risk factors for
musculoskeletal-related clinic visits in high risk workers. Presented at the Johns Hopkins-NIOSH Stirring Solutions to Improve Workplace Health Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 2004.
41. Huang, GD. Clinical research in the Department of Veterans Affairs. Presented at the
RehabNetWest Multi-site Clinical Trials in Rehabilitation Medicine Conference, Denver, CO, Oct 2004.
42. Elnitsky C, Bryan M, Gleason T, Huang GD, Burton D. Improving clinical care with scientific
evidence: A research agenda for those who have borne the battle. Presented at the 8th Force Health Protection Conference, Louisville, KY, Aug 2005.
43. Widing, D, Huang GD, Feuerstein M, Nicholas R. Prospectively identifying risk factors for
musculoskeletal-related clinic visits in high risk workers. Presented at the 8th Force Health Protection Conference, Louisville, KY, Aug 2005.
44. Huang GD, O’Leary TJ. The VA Cooperative Studies Program. Presented at the VA National
Research Advisory Committee Meeting. Washington, DC, Feb 1, 2006.
45. Guarino P, Huang G, Lo A, Peduzzi P. Adaptive design for a robotic device trial in stroke
patients. Presented at the 27th Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
46. Huang GD, Burke, T, O’Leary TJ. VA Cooperative Studies Program: Advancing Veteran
Health and Care through Collaborative Research. Presented at the NIH Inventory and Evaluation of Clinical Research Networks Meeting. Rockville, MD, May 31- June 1, 2006.
47. Sather MR, Boardman KD, Prudhomme S, Huang GD, Raisch DW. VA Cooperative Studies
Program Clinical Research Pharmacy Coordinating Center: Providing Clinical Trials Materials and Services and Supporting Clinical Research through Organizational Excellence. Presented at the NIH Inventory and Evaluation of Clinical Research Networks Meeting. Rockville, MD, May 31- June 1, 2006.
48. Garnand D, Huang GD, Sather MR. Designing and Maintaining an Organizational Website for
Clinical Trials Registration. Presented at the 28th Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. May 2007. 49. Huang GD. VA Cooperative Studies: Advancing Veteran Health and Care for Peripheral
Arterial Disease. Presented at the Society for Vascular Surgery Research Initiatives in Vascular Disease Conference. Washington, DC, April 10-11, 2008.
50. Huang GD. VA Cooperative Studies Program: Roles and Policies. Presented at the ORD
Local Accountability for Research meeting. Baltimore, MD, Jan 13-14, 2009.
51. Eisen S, Nebeker J, Huang GD. Getting from here (EMR) to there (quality care): VA’s
Informatics Research Initiative. Presented at the Academy Health Health IT Advisory Meeting. Washington, DC. Sept 18, 2009.
52. Huang GD. Comparative effectiveness research in the VA Cooperative Studies Program.
Presented at the 30 Years of VA Comparative Effectiveness Research symposium. Washington, DC. Sept 23, 2009. 53. Huang GD. Study management and compliance in the VA Cooperative Studies Program.
Presented at the ORO Annual Meeting. Santa Fe, NM, March 11, 2010 54. Huang GD. The VA Cooperative Studies Program: A collaborative approach to innovative
clinical research. Presented at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity. Ft. Detrick, MD, March 23, 2011. 55. Huang GD Collaborating in high impact clinical research. Presented at the National Institute of
Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. Bethesda, MD. July 19, 2011. TEACHING
Undergraduate: Developmental Psychology (UC Berkeley)
Graduate: Introduction to SPSS; Biostatistics; Social Psychology (USUHS)
School of Medicine: Introduction to Medical Psychology (USUHS)
Social Development in Early Childhood (Human Development – MPO 532) Using Administrative/Medical Databases in Program Development (Planning, Implementing, & Evaluating Human Service Programs – MPO534) Attitude Formation, Change & Leadership (Social Psychology – MPO 505) Injury Prevention & Control (Behavioral Sciences in Public Health – PMO 530) Sensation & Perception in Ergonomics (Occupational Ergonomics – PMO652) Workers’ Compensation (Safety Engineering – PMO 654) Theories of Accident Causation (Safety Engineering – PMO 654) Ethical, Legal & Social Aspects of Medical Care: Research – MSII
Survey of Medical Psychology/Behavioral Medicine (co-course director) (MPO 501) Human Factors Engineering (PMO 651) Occupational Ergonomics (PMO 652) Work Analysis Methods (PMO 653) Safety Engineering (PMO 654)
Courses (George Mason University)
Principles of Clinical Trials (RHBS 720)
Considerations in the Design of Clinical Trials for Comparative Effectiveness Research. Society for
Clinical Trials. Baltimore, MD. May 16, 2010.
CSP Clinical Trials Course. Oak Brook, IL. June 2-4, 2010
THESIS & DISSERTATION COMMITTEES
Dana Dane, DVM (2001) – MPH (USUHS)
Ian Torrie, MD (2002) – MPH (USUHS) – Primary Advisor
Jose Ortiz, MD (2002) – MPH (USUHS) – Primary Advisor
Rena Nicholas (2002) – M.S. in Medical Psychology (USUHS)
Colleen Daniels (2003) – MPH (USUHS) – Primary Advisor
Drew Widing (2004) – M.S. in Work Environment (University of Massachusetts – Lowell)
Myrna Callison (2009) – Ph.D. in Industrial & Systems Engineering (Virginia Polytechnic University)
Workers Compensation Professional Certification School of Labor & Industrial Relations, Michigan State University The Performance Institute, Alexandria, VA Additional training obtained in Federal Appropriations Law, Federal Advisory Committee Act, and Good Clinical Practices. ADDENDUM
Multi-site clinical trials and epidemiological studies in management portfolio
1. CSP #256 – Vietnam Era Twins Registry 2. CSP #380 – Prospective evaluation of risk factors for large (>1 cm) colonic adenomas in 3. CSP #395 – TNF-Alpha: A maladaptive neurohormonal mediator in CHF (BEST) 4. CSP #402 – VA topical tretinoin chemoprevention trial 5. CSP #403 – Trial of Varicella Zoster vaccine for the prevention of herpes zoster and its 6. CSP #407 – Prostate cancer intervention vs. observation trial (PIVOT): A randomized trial comparing radical prostatectomy vs. palliative expectant management for the treatment of clinically localized prostate cancer 7. CSP #410 – The iron (Fe) and atherosclerosis Study (FEAST) 8. CSP #411 – The coronary artery revascularization prophylaxis trial (CARP) 9. CSP #424 – Clinical outcomes utilizing revascularization and aggressive drug management 10. CSP #430 – Reducing the efficacy-effectiveness gap in bipolar disorder 11. CSP #442 – Warfarin and antiplatelet therapy in chronic heart failure (WATCH) 12. CSP #451 – The clinical and economic impact of olanzapine in the treatment of 13. CSP #456 – Tension free inguinal hernia repair: Comparison of open and laparoscopic 14. CSP #458 – National health survey of Gulf War Era veterans and their families: Phase III 15. CSP #465 – Glycemic control and complications in diabetes mellitus type II (VADT) 16. CSP #465 F/S – Longitudinal follow-up study of the VADT 17. CSP #468 – A comparison of best medical therapy and deep brain stimulation of subthalamic nucleus and globus pallidus for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease 18. CSP #468 F/S – Long-term follow-up of CSP #468 Parkinson’s Disease cohort 19. CSP #474 – Radial artery vs saphenous vein grafts in coronary artery bypass surgery 20. CSP #478 – CSP DNA Bank 21. CSP #481 – The Home INR Study (THINRS) 22. CSP #488 – Prevalence of Hepatitis C infection in veterans 23. CSP #494 – A randomized clinical trial of cognitive-behavioral treatment for PTSD in 24. CSP #498 – Open vs endovascular repair trial for abdominal aortic aneurysms (OVER) 25. CSP #499A – Selenium and vitamin E prevention trial – Cohort study in veterans 26. CSP #500A – National registry of veterans with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 27. CSP #500B – Genetic epidemiology of veterans with ALS 28. CSP #501 – VA Biorepository Trust 29. CSP #504 – Risperidone treatment for military service-related chronic Post-Traumatic 30. CSP #505 – Millennium Cohort Study 31. CSP #512 – Options in management with anti-retrovirals: Management of patients with HIV infection for whom first and second-line highly active anti-retroviral therapy has failed (OPTIMA) 32. CSP #517 – Outcomes following myocardial revascularization: On and off cardiopulmonary 33. CSP #519 – Integrating practice guidelines for smoking cessation into mental health care 34. CSP #526 – A thyroid hormone analog to fight heart failure: Phase II trial (DITPA) 35. CSP #530 – Intensive vs conventional renal support in acute renal failure 36. CSP #535 – Anabolic steroid therapy in pressure ulcer healing in persons with spinal cord 37. CSP #546 – A randomized, clinical trial of vitamin E and memantine in Alzheimer’s Disease 38. CSP #551 - Rheumatoid arthritis: Comparison of active therapies in patients with active 39. CSP #553 - Chemotherapy after prostatectomy for high risk prostate carcinoma (CAP) 40. CSP #555 - Long-acting injectable risperidone in the treatment of schizophrenia 41. CSP #556 - The effectiveness of rTMS in depressed VA patients 42. CSP #557 - Coronary artery revascularization in diabetes (VA CARDS) 43. CSP #558 - Robotic assisted upper-limb neurorehabilitation in stroke patients (VA 44. CSP #560 - Bronchitis and emphysema advice and training to reduce hospitalization 45. CSP #562 - The VA keratinocyte carcinoma chemoprevention trial 46. CSP #563 - Prazosin and combat trauma PTSD (PACT) 47. CSP #565 - Combination angiotensin receptor blocker and angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor for treatment of diabetic nephropathy (VA NEPHRON-D) 48. CSP #566 - Neuropsychological and mental outcomes of Operation Iraqi Freedom: A 49. CSP #567 - A clinical demonstration of an EEG brain-computer interface for ALS patients. 50. CSP #569 - A twin study of the course and consequences of PTSD in Vietnam era 51. CSP #571 - Drug-eluting stents vs. bare metal stents in saphenous vein graft angioplasty 52. CSP #572 - The genetics of functional disability in schizophrenia and bipolar illness 53. CSP #573 - A randomized trial of medical and surgical treatments for patients with GERD symptoms that are refractory to proton pump inhibitors (in planning) 54. CSP #574 - Phase III randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of low-dose methylprednisolone infusion in subjects with severe community-acquired pneumonia 55. CSP #575 - PTSD genomewide association study of OEF/OIF deployed military personnel: 56. CSP #G002 - Million Veterans Program 57. CSP #576 - Cost-Effectiveness of Augmentation of Antidepressants with Second Generation Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Refractory Depression 58. CSP #577 – Colonscopy versus fecal immunochemical testing in reducing mortality from 59. CSP #578 – Prevention of Serious Adverse Events Following Angiography (PRESERVE) 60. CSP #579 - Long-term health outcomes of women veterans’ service in Vietnam 61. CSP #585 – Gulf War Era cohort and biorepository 62. CSP #710 – Normative Aging Study 63. CSP #1019 – Double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of Selegiline Transdermal System for 64. CSP #1020 – A Phase III placebo-controlled, double-blind multi-site trial of Lofexidine for 65. CSP #1021 – Multi-center trial of Baclofen for the treatment of cocaine dependence 66. CSP #1022 – Phase 2, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of Selegiline Transdermal System (STS) as an aid for smoking cessation 67. CSP #1024 – A Phase III, randomized, multi-center, double blind, placebo-controlled study of safety and efficacy of Lofexidine for relief of symptoms in subjects undergoing inpatient opiate detoxification 68. CSP #1025 – Phase 2, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of Topiramate for the 69. CSP #1026 – Phase2, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of Modafinil for the treatment of 70. CSP #1027 – A Phase 2, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to assess the efficacy of Quetiapine Fumarate sustained release for the treatment of alcohol dependency in very heavy drinkers 71. CSP #1029 – A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, multi-center study to assess the clinical efficacy, safety, and immunogenicity of a human cocaine vaccine (TA-CD) in the treatment of cocaine dependence 72. CSP #1030 – A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the safety and efficacy of Vigabatrin for the treatment of cocaine dependence
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