Lixin (Lee) Song, RN, PhD, FAAN
Associate Professor and Beerstecher-Blackwell Distinguished Term Scholar
Dr. Song received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor and completed a postdoctoral training in chronic illness management at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill School of Nursing. Dr. Song’s research crosscuts a range of areas in cancer survivorship, eHealth intervention, cancer care transition, and family caregiving research.
(*data-based; †publication with student; ‡senior author)
W81XWH-21-1-0263 Department of Defense Idea Development Award
2021 – 2024 Development and Pilot Testing of the Interactive Prostate Cancer Information, Communication, and Support Program (iPICS)
Role: MPI (Nirjon & Song)
5R01LM013329 – 02S1 NIH National Library of Medicine
2021 – 2022 AURA-ALZ: Connecting Audio and Radio Sensing Systems to Improve Care at Home for Persons with Early Alzheimer’s Disease Or Related Dementias And Their Caregivers.
Role: Co-I (PI: Tan)
W81XWH-21-1-0775 Department of Defense Idea Development Award
2021 – 2024 Personalizing Kidney Cancer Communication to Support Patient-Centered Decision Making.
Role: MPI (Nirjon & Song)
R01LM013329 NIH National Library of Medicine (NSF/NIH Connected Health).
2019-2023 INT: AURA – Connecting Audio and Radio Sensing Systems to Improve Care at Home.
Alliance Cancer Care Delivery Research Network Pilot Award, NCI Alliance NCORP Research Base grant (2UG1CA189823)
2019-2020 Feasibility Testing of Patient Reported Outcomes-informed Caregiving Education and Symptom management System (PROCESS).
R01NR016990 NIH National Institute of Nursing Research
2017-2022 Efficacy of a Couple-focused, Tailored Symptom Self-management mHealth Intervention for Prostate Cancer Patients and Partners.
R21 CA212516-01 NIH National Cancer Institute
2016-2018 Using SCP to tailor and deliver a prostate cancer symptom management program
UNC CPC Intervention Research Pilot Proposal Grant Award.
2014-2015 Tailored Web-Based Prostate Cancer Education for Patients and Partners.
KL2TR00110 (PI: Runge).
2013-2015 National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences UNC Clinical and Translational Science Award.
UNC Population Sciences Developmental Research Award.
2013-2014 Development of a Couple-focused eHealth Intervention for Prostate Cancer-Related Symptom Management.
UNC New Faculty Start-up Fund.
2011-2014 Partner Involvement In Treatment Decision Making & Symptom Management For Localized Prostate Cancer.
UNC Junior Faculty Development Award.
2013 Quality of Life and Health Economic Outcomes among Patients with Prostate Cancer and Family Caregivers.
NCCH Endowment Fund (PI: Yeo).
2012–2013 Clinic-Based Intervention to Increase Physical Activity among Gynecologic Oncology Patients: A Pilot Study.
University Cancer Research Fund (PI: Rosenstein).
2011-2012 Telemedicine Delivery of a Cancer Support Training Intervention: Partnership with Community-Based Survivorship Centers.
F31 NINR (F31NR010990).
2008-2009 Couples’ Communication and Quality of Life during Prostate Cancer Survivorship.