Paula Tanabe

Tanabe Helps ENA Adopt Sickle Cell Pain Guidelines

Paula Tanabe was standing in a nondescript convention center ballroom in Texas on an otherwise unremarkable Sunday morning in late September 2019. Looking back now, she describes that moment as “the highlight of my career.” What happened in that room, at the General Assembly of the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), will change the lives of thousands of patients with sickle cell disease for years to come. 

Tanabe Receives UH3 National Institutes of Health Award

Congratulations to Paula Tanabe, associate dean for Research Development and Data Science, and her entire team who received an award for their UH3 National Institutes of Health proposal entitled "A comparison of individualized vs. weight based protocols to treat vaso-occlusive episodes in Sickle Cell Disease (COMPARE VOE)." This award is to fund the UH3 phase of the exploratory/development cooperative agreement for implementation of the phase III clinical trial in collaboration with the Duke Clinical Research Institute.

PhD Student LeBlanc, Smith and Tanabe Receive Award for NIH F31 Proposal

Matthew LeBlancCongratulations to Matthew LeBlanc, PhD student; and his sponsors Sophia Smith, associate professor; and Paula Tanabe, associate dean for research development and data science; who have received an award for his NIH F31 proposal entitled "Advanced Symptom Burden and Quality of Life in Multiple Myeloma Patients." This project was awarded $73,246 for the two-year project period with a start date of July 15, 2019.

Tanabe and Colleagues Publish Article in AJN

Paula Tanabe, associate dean for research development and data science, recently published an article entitled "Understanding the Complications of Sickle Cell Disease" in the American Journal of Nursing (AJN). Co-authors include Regena Spratling of Georgia State University, Dana Smith, clinical nurse II; Peyton Grissom of Duke University Hospital and Mary Hulihan of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Abstract

Tanabe and Colleagues Publish Article in the American Journal of Nursing

Paula Tanabe, associate dean for research development and data science; recently published an article entitled "Understanding the Complications of Sickle Cell Disease" in the American Journal of Nursing. Co-authors include Regena Spratling of Georgia State University, Dana Smith of Duke University Hospital and Mary Hulihan of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Abstract

Scroll back to top automatically