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CURRICULUM VITAE
Suzanna M. Zick, ND, MPH
Research Associate Professor
University of Michigan Integrative Medicine
Department of Family Medicine
24 Frank Lloyd Wright Drive
Lobby M, PO Box 375
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105-9484
Tel: (734) 998-9553
Email: [email protected]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Education and Training
Page 2
Certification and Licensure
Page 2
Academic, Administrative, and Clinical Appointments
Page 2
Research Interests
Page 3
Grants
Page 3
Honors and Awards
Page 6
Memberships in Professional Societies
Page 6
Editorial Positions, Boards, and Peer-Review Service
Page 7
Teaching
Page 8
Committee, Organizational, and Volunteer Service
Page 11
Consulting Positions
Page 12
Visiting Professorships, Seminars, and Extramural Invited Presentations
Page 12
Bibliography
Page 18
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Education and Training
Education
09/1986 – 06/1990
BA (Anthropology), Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
09/1990 – 05/1992
Medical Anthropology, Michigan State University, East Lansing,
Michigan
09/1992 – 06/1996
ND (Naturopathic Medicine), National College of Naturopathic Medicine,
Portland, Oregon
09/1998 – 12/1999
MPH (Epidemiology), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Postdoctoral Training
1990 – 1992
Research Fellowship, Center for Advanced Study of International
Development, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
1998 – 2000
Research Fellowship, Complementary and Alternative Research Center for
Cardiovascular Disease (CAMRC), Department of Family Medicine,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Certification and Licensure
Licensure
1996 – Present
Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine, #878
Academic, Administrative, and Clinical Appointments
2000 – 2007
Research Investigator, Department of Family Medicine, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2007 – 2011
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2011 – Present
Research Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Research Appointments:
2012 – Present
Research Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences School of
Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2015
Adjunct Lecturer, University Courses, College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Research Interests
1. The examination of complementary and alternative medicine for the prevention,
treatment and control of symptoms of cancer treatment and cancer survivorship.
2. The use of botanical medicines and nutraceuticals for preventing and treating cancer.
3. Clinical trials to help symptom control such as pain and fatigue in cancer survivors.
Grants
Current
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 5U01DP00325002
Michigan Lupus Epidemiology and Surveillance (MILES) Program Longitudinal Cohort
Zick Co-I, Somers PI, 09/30/16-09/26/19, $518,241
University of Michigan MTrac
Development and Feasibility of an Acupressure App Tailored by Breast Cancer Survivors
Zick PI, 02/01/16-04/31/17, $49,676
University of Michigan Department of Family Medicine Building Block Program
Development and Feasibility of an Acupressure App Tailored by Breast Cancer Survivors
Zick, PI, 02/01/16-01/31/18, $8,600
Pending
NIH/NCI
A Short Course for Creating Integrative Oncology Leaders
Zick, PI, 04/01/17-03/31/22, $1,345,772
University of Michigan MICHR
Acupressure for Fatigue and Co-occurring Symptoms in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Co-PI (Harris/Zick), 06/01/17-05/31/18, $50,000
Completed
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University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded)
(GCRC 1999-440)
Hawthorn for Congestive Heart Failure
Zick Co-I, Aaronson PI, 10/99-06/04
NIH, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine P50 HL61202
The Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Center for Cardiovascular
Diseases
Zick Co-I, Bolling PI, 10/98-06/04
University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded) (GCRC #1935)
Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study of Methods to Blind Study Participants to
Encapsulated Ginger Aroma
Zick PI, 09/03-06/04
University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded) (GCRC #2018)
Phase 1 Single Dose Pharmacokinetic Trial of an Encapsulated Ginger Standardized to
5%-6-Gingerols
Zick PI, 09/04-04/05
Health Canada, Natural Health Products Research Program
Trial of Essiac to Ascertain its Effect in Women with Breast Cancer (TEA-BC)
Zick Co-PI, Boon Co-PI, 11/04-11/05
NIH, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine R25AT000812
An Integrated Curriculum for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Zick Co-I, Warber PI, 07/01-06/06
NIH, NCCAM 1R21AT001735-01
Ginger for Control of Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Emesis
Zick PI, 04/03-02/07
NIH, NCI 2 U01 CA74648
University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center CCOP Research Base
Zick Co-I, Brenner PI, 06/04-05/07, $781,982 direct costs
University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded) (MCRU #2246)
A Phase II Study of the Effect of Ginger Root on Markers of Inflammation in Gut Mucosa
Zick PI, 04/07-05/08
University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center Idea Awards
Acupressure for Post Cancer Fatigue
Zick PI, 12/06-12/08 (no cost extension), $33,500 direct costs
University of Michigan Integrative Medicine Pilot Grant Award
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Pilot Grant to Examine Feasibility, Efficacy & Tolerability of Standardized Chamomile
Extract in Treating Chronic Primary Insomnia
Zick PI, 12/07-12/09, $8,500 direct costs
NCI: Behavior, Prevention, and Control 1 K07 CA102592-01
Ginger for Chemoprevention of Colorectal Cancer
Zick PI, 08/05-06/10, $736,865 direct costs
University of Michigan Institute of Clinical Health Research (MICHR) Pilot Grant
Examining the Effect of Ginger on Markers of Cell Cycle Signaling, Proliferation,
Differentiation and Apoptosis in Gut Mucosa in People at Increased Risk of Colorectal
Cancer
Zick PI, 06/09-06/10, $50,000 direct costs
University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded) (MCRU #2479)
Phase IIa Study of Ginger Root Standardized to 5%-Gingerols on Markers of
Inflammation in Gut Mucosa in people at increased risk for colorectal cancer
Zick PI, 05/09-06/11, $50,000
University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center
Molecular Determinants of Persistent Cancer Related Fatigue
Zick PI, 04/10-03/11 (no cost extension 12/2011)
University of Michigan Integrative Medicine Pilot Grant Award
Pilot Grant to Examine Feasibility, Efficacy & Tolerability of Standardized Chamomile
Extract in Treating Chronic Primary Insomnia
Zick PI, 01/09-12/10 (no cost extension 12/2011)
NIH, NCI 1 K07 CA102592-S1
Ginger for Chemoprevention of Colorectal Cancer
Zick PI, 08/09-07/11 (no cost extension 01/2012)
University of Michigan General Clinical Research Center (NIH-funded) (MCRU #2406)
A Pilot Grant to Examine the Feasibility, Efficacy and Tolerability of a Standardized
Chamomile Extract in Treating Chronic Primary Insomnia
Zick PI, 07/08-12/11, $10,000
NIH R01 AT004793
Quercetin and Innate Response in COPD
Zick Co-I, Sajjan PI, 09/08-06/12
University of Michigan MICHR
Acupressure for Insomnia
Zick PI, 08/11-08/12
University of Michigan MICHR
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Molecular Determinants of Persistent Cancer Fatigue
Zick PI, 06/11-05/12 (no cost extension 12/13)
University of Michigan OVPR
Acupressure for Insomnia
Zick PI, 11/10-10/12 (no cost extension 12/13)
NIH
Beneficial Effects of Quercetin COPD – A Preliminary Clinical Trial
Zick PI, 7/12-6/14, $125,000 direct costs
NIH, NCI, NCCAM 1R13CA183288-01
Translational Science in Integrative Oncology: From Bedside, to Bench, to Best Practice
Zick PI, 9/13-8/14, $12,000 direct costs
U of M Cancer Research Committee
A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial of a Fatigue Reduction Diet in Breast Cancer
Survivors
Zick PI, 3/13-2/14, (no cost ext 2/15) $40,000 (.6 Cal Mos)
NIH 5R21AT007357
Beneficial Effects of Quercetin COPD – A Preliminary Clinical Trial
Zick Co-I, Sajjan PI, 7/13-6/15, $61,538 (.6 Cal Mos)
NIH, NCI R01 CA151445
Acupressure for Persistent Cancer Related Fatigue
Zick Co-PI, Harris Co-PI, 07/10-06/15, $290,118 (6 Cal Mos)
VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System
Integrative Acupressure for Veterans Who Have Low Back Pain (Susan Murphy IPA)
Zick (UM PI), 12/01/15 - 09/30/15, $43,775
Weil Foundation
Integrative Innovations in Integrative Oncology: SIO 2015 Conference
Zick PI, 11/15-11/16, $44,352
Honors and Awards
1987 – 1990
Merit Scholarship, Wayne State University, State of Michigan
1990 – 1992
Graduate Student Merit Scholarship, Michigan State University
1998 – 1999
Administrative Dean Official Award, University of Michigan School of
Public Health
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2000
Best Research Paper Presented by a Faculty/Teacher, 23rd Michigan State Family
Practice Research Day
2004 – 2009
NIH Clinical Research Loan Repayments Program
2007
Alumni Achievement Award for Research and Scholarly Work, National College
of Natural Medicine, Portland, Oregon
Memberships in Professional Societies
Committee Service
2002 – 2007
Treasurer, International Society for Complementary Medicine Research
(ISCMR)
2003 – Present
Chair, Michigan Integrative Health Research Council (MIHRC)
2007 – 2010
Board of Directors, International Society for Complementary Medicine
Research (ISCMR)
2009 – 2012
Co-chair, Research Working Group of the Consortium for Academic
Heath Centers for Integrative Medicine (CAHCIM)
2010
Chair/Organizer, GLIHMR
2011
Program Chair, One-Day Research Symposium in Integrative Medicine
and Health
2013 – Present
Co-Chair, International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and
Health
2016 – Present
Steering Committee, Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and
Health
Memberships
1992 – Present
Member, American Association of Naturopathic Physicians
1997 – Present
Member, Michigan Association of Naturopathic Physicians
(President 1997-2000)
1998 – 2005
Member, American Public Health Association
2003 – 2014
Professional Member, American Herbalist Guild
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2006 – Present
Member, Natural Health Product Research Society of Canada
2007 – Present
Member, University of Michigan Cancer Center Chemoprevention DSMB
2009 – Present
Member, Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO)
2012 – Present
Member, Society for Acupuncture Research (SAR)
2016 – Present
Associate Member, Michigan Mixed Methods Research and Scholarship
Program, University of Michigan
Editorial Positions, Boards, and Peer-Review Service
2003 – Present
Associate Editor, Journal of the American Herbalists Guild
2003 – Present
Reviewer, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine
2003
Reviewer, Obstetrics and Gynecology
2003
Reviewer, Female Patient
2004
Reviewer, Journal of Pediatrics
2006 – Present
Editorial Board, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
2006
Reviewer, European Journal of Cardiac Nursing
2007 – Present
Editorial Board, Journal of Acupuncture & Meridian Studies
2007 – Present
Reviewer, Supportive Cancer Care
2008
Reviewer, The Lancet
2008 – Present
Reviewer, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
2008
Reviewer, Clinical Cancer Research
2009 – Present
Associate Editor, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
2010 – Present
Reviewer, Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
Teaching
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1993 – 1995
Teaching Assistant, Naturopathic Medicine Students on Medical and
Nutritional Biochemistry, Department of Basic Sciences, National College
of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon
1999 – 2002
Group Facilitator, Introduction to the Patient (ITTP), Complementary and
Alternative Medicine Small Group Discussion with First Year Medical
Students, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2001
Instructor, Health Professional Certificate in Applied Herbal Sciences
Program, Northwestern Health Sciences University, Minneapolis,
Minnesota
2002 – Present
Instructor, Selectives for First and Second Year Medical Students,
University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2004
Instructor, Human Development Course for First and Second Year
Medical Students, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor,
Michigan
2004 – Present
Teaching Faculty, Faculty Scholars Program in Integrative Healthcare,
Department of Family Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2006
Instructor, Herbs and Health Course for Second-Year Medical Students,
University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2006
Instructional Material, Herbs for Third-Year Medical Students, University
of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2007
Instructor, Botanical Medicine Evidence and Preparation Selective for
Second-Year Medical Students, University of Michigan Medical School,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
2007 – Present
Facilitator, Complementary and Alternative Treatment Assignment for
Pharmacy Students, University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy, Ann
Arbor, Michigan
2007 – Present
Core Curriculum Faculty, Integrative Medicine Fellowship, Department of
Family Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2010
Instructor, The Essentials of Natural Products (Herbs and Supplements)
for First-Year Medical Students, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Michigan
Oct 2013
Instructor, Herbal Medicine, “Teach the Teacher,” Training program to
teach faculty to run the FSP in other institutions. University of Michigan,
Department of Family Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Oct 2013
Guest Lecturer, Bio Flavonoids. Environment Health Science, Nutrition
Assessment Course, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2014
Instructor, The Essentials of Natural Products (Herbs and Supplements)
for First-Year Medical Students, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Michigan
Feb 2014
Guest Lecturer, Use of Antioxidants during cancer treatment.
Environmental Health Sciences 637 “Clinical Nutrition II”, School of
Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Mar 2014
Guest Lecturer, Controversy of Epidemiology, Herbal Regulations and
Education. School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Apr 2014
Guest Lecturer, Naturopathy and Whole Food Nutrition. School of
Nursing, Complementary Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Michigan.
Sep – Dec 2014
Instructor, Exploring and Experiencing Complementary and Integrative
Health and Medicine, First Year Freshman Seminar UC 154, Literature,
Science and the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Essays/Theses/Dissertations Directed
2006
Elizabeth Olsen, MD 2009, Research Project, Title: “Examinations of the
associations between educational attainment, race and quality of life in
breast cancer survivors.” University of Michigan Medical School, Ann
Arbor, Michigan
2007
Moria Kessler, MD 2010, Research Project, Title: “Testing the
repeatability of a paper-based and a web-based tool for determining
ayurvedic tridosha.” University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor,
Michigan
2007 – 2009
Michael W. Lee, PharmD 2009, Research Advisor, Title: “Quantification
of (6)-(8)-, (10)-gingerol and (6)-shogaol content in human colorectal
tissue.” College of Pharmacy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Michigan
2008 – 2012
Sara Bowling, MD 2012, Research Project, Title: “A case control study
examining the risk of a low flavonoid diet in people with chronic
insomnia.” University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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2009 – 2011
Alice Li-Yi Yeh, PharmD 2011, Research Advisor, Title: “The effect of
complementary and alternative therapies on mammographic density.”
College of Pharmacy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2010 – 2011
Fei-Chen Hsu, M.S. Nutrition Science 2011, Research Advisor, Title:
“Validity and Repeatability of Bioflavonoid Food Frequency
Questionnaire.” School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, Michigan
2011 – Present
Alicia Cohen, MD, Research Advisor, Title: “Utilization of a SNAP
incentive program for the purchase of fruits & vegetables at Detroit
farmers’ markets.” Ann Arbor, Michigan
2012 – 2013
Matthew Hill, UROP Student Title: “Relationship between positive
emotion and fatigue severity in breast cancer survivors.” June 2013
(Poster). UROP Spring Research Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2012 – Present
April Cho, UROP Student Title: “Correlation between sleep quality and
pain in breast cancer survivors.” June 2013 (Poster). Title: “Correlation
between sleep quality and pain in breast cancer survivors.” June 2014
(Poster). UROP Spring Research Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2013 – 2014
Rachel Moreton, UROP Student Title: “Association between common
mental health problems in primary care and fatigue severity in breast
cancer survivors.” June 2013 (Poster) UROP Spring Research
Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2013 – 2014
Aaron Christensen, UROP Student Title: “Relationship between physical
activity and mood disorders in Breast Cancer survivors.” June 2013
(Poster). UROP Spring Research Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2013 – 2014
Susan Levinson, Integrative Medicine Fellowship
2013 – Present
Angela Bollini, Registered Dietitian, Independent Study Biology, BS
Pilot Study: Acupressure for treating aromatase inhibiter induced
arthralgia’s in breast cancer survivors.
2014 – Present
Jonathan Cho, Masters of Public Health Student, Environmental
Health Science, EHS Independent Study, School Public Health, Literature
Review: “Diet during cancer treatment.
May- Aug 2014
Kathryn Surnow, Masters of Public Health Student, Summer Internship,
Environmental Health Sciences
2014 – Present
Joe Brisson, UROP Student, Title TBD
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2014 – Present
Emily Kunstler, UROP Student, Title TBD
2015 – Present
Alexandra Teodorescu, Title TBD
2015 – Present
Nicole Lee, Masters of Public Health Student, Title: “Diet for fatigue in
breast cancer survivors”. Environmental Health Science, EHS
Independent Study, School Public Health.
Committee, Organizational, and Volunteer Service
Institutional Committee Service
2006
External Grant Reviewer, Department of Family Medicine, Integrative
Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2006 – 2009
Institutional Review Board for Human Subject Research (IRBMED),
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2009 – 2012
Medical School Admission Committee, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, Michigan
2017 – present
Member, Advisory Committee on Academic Promotions and Tenure,
Department of Family Medicine; University of Michigan Medical School,
Ann Arbor, MI
Regional
2001 – 2005
Complementary and Alternative Representative Member, Community
Health Committee of Washtenaw County Health Improvement Plan (HIP)
Project, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2002
External Grant Reviewer for Seed Grants, Oregon Center for
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research in Craniofacial
Disorders, Portland, Oregon
2003 – 2010
Panel Grant Reviewer, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario
2006
External Grant Reviewer, Medical University of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio
National
2009 – Present
2010 – Present
Reviewer, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Special Emphasis Panel, Training and Education (NCCAM); NCCAM
R34 Grants – ZAT1 PK28: PAR 10-163 R34 (10/16/13)
Board of Directors, Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO)
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2010
Planning Committee, Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO)
2011 – Present
Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO) Executive Committee:
Secretary (2011-2013), President Elect (2013-Present)
2013 – Present
Finance Committee, Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO)
2014 – Present
Planning Committee, Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO)
2014 – Present
Reviewer, DOD, Breast Cancer; CDMRP BCRP FY13
2015
Reviewer, NCCIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative
Health) - special emphasis panel ZAT1 IS 33 (SRO Deborah Ismond)
(2/27/2015)
Volunteer Service
2002 – 2003
Physician, Hope Health Clinic, Ypsilanti, Michigan
Visiting Professorships, Seminars, and Extramural Invited Presentations
Extramural Invited Presentations
1. Zick SM. February 1998. Nutritional management of chronic pain. Continuing Education for
Medical Professionals Series, Healing Connections, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2. Zick SM. May 1998. An ideal diet? Association for Humanistic Psychology CME
Conference, Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
3. Zick SM. January 1999. Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of human digestion.
Continuing Education for Healthcare Professionals Series, Peaceful Dragon School of TaiChi, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
4. Zick SM. March 1999. What's happening at the CAM Center. People's Food Co-op, Ann
Arbor, Michigan.
5. Zick SM. July 2000. Crataegus oxycantha (hawthorn) medicinal use for patients with
cardiovascular disease. Matthaei Botanical Garden Herb-Fest, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
6. Zick SM. November 2000. Alternative therapy for the short-term consequences of the
menopausal syndrome. 135th Annual Scientific Michigan State Medical Society, Dearborn,
Michigan.
7. Zick SM. November 2000. Do physical functional limitations predict complementary and
alternative medicine provider use? American Public Health Association Annual Convention,
Boston, Massachusetts.
8. Zick SM. March 2001. Complementary and alternative therapies. Washtenaw County’s Noon
Lecture Series, Washtenaw County Public Health Department, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
9. Zick SM. May 2001. Moving your heart through herbs. The Future is Now: Cardiovascular
Health in the 21st Century, Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan.
10. Zick SM. June 2001. Complementary and alternative medicine: Panacea or Pandora’s box?
16th Annual Great Lakes Wellness Conference (MESSA), Gaylord, Michigan.
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11. Zick SM. June 2001. Herbal first aid. 16th Annual Great Lakes Wellness Conference
(MESSA), Gaylord, Michigan.
12. Zick SM. October 2001. Lessons learned: Recruiting and enrollment in CAM trials.
American Public Health Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.
13. Zick SM. February 2003. Botanical treatments for colds and flu: Examining the evidence.
The 27th Annual Midwinter Family Practice Update, Harbor Springs, Michigan.
14. Zick SM. February 2003. Cardiac herbs: Evidence and use. The 27th Annual Midwinter
Family Practice Update, Harbor Springs, Michigan.
15. Zick SM. February 2003. Nurturing and protecting the unborn child: Evidence on herbs in
pregnancy. The 27th Annual Midwinter Family Practice Update, Harbor Springs, Michigan.
16. Zick SM. October 2004. Interpreting herbal studies: What do they really tell us? 15th Annual
American Herbalists Guild Symposium, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire.
17. Zick SM. October 2004. Writing and publishing herbal case reports. 15th Annual American
Herbalists Guild Symposium, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire.
18. Zick SM. November 2004. HERB CHF Trial: Hawthorn extract randomized blinded chronic
heart failure trial. 11th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, Peninsula
Medical School, Exeter, United Kingdom.
19. Boon H, Zick SM, Greene J. November 2005. Trial of Essiac to ascertain its effect in women
with breast cancer (TEA-BC). 2nd Annual Canadian Interdisciplinary Network for
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research (IN-CAM) Symposium, Toronto,
Ontario, Canada.
20. Rhode J, Zick SM, Fogoros S, Huang J, Tan L, Liu, JR. April 2006. Ginger induces apoptosis
and autophagocytosis in ovarian cancer cells. American Association of Cancer Research,
Washington, DC. (Poster)
21. Zick SM, Al-Rawi S, Normolle D, Djuric Z, Ruffin M. May 2006. Phase I single dose
pharmacokinetic trial of an encapsulated ginger standardized to 5%-6-ginerol. North
American Research Conference on Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada. (Poster)
22. Zick SM. October 2006. An update on Michigan Integrative Medicine and results of the
HERBCHF Trial. Seminar Series, Department of Nutrition Science, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, Michigan.
23. Zick SM. March 2007. Research with ginger root: Examples of natural health product
research in cancer prevention, control and treatment. Seminar Series, Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
24. Zick SM. March 2007. Research with ginger root: Examples of natural health product
research in cancer prevention, control and treatment. Seminar Series, University of Montreal,
Montreal and Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
25. Zick SM, Ruffin MT, Djuric Z, Normolle D, Brenner DE. April 2007. Quantitation of 6-, 8and 10-gingerols and 6-shogaol in plasma by high-performance liquid chromatography.
American Association for Cancer Research, Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California.
(Poster)
26. Zick, SM. September 2007. Cancer prevention throughout the life cycle, Wellness across the
age spectrum seminar, Continuing Medical Education Department, ProMedica Health
Systems, Toledo, Ohio.
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27. Zick, SM. March 2008. Pharmacokinetics of 6-, 8-, 10-gingerols and 6-shogaol and
conjugate metabolites in healthy human subjects, Annual Meeting. Natural Health Products
Research Society of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
28. Zick, SM. November 2008. Preventing cancer in the colon: Effect of ginger root on markers
of inflammation in gut mucosa. 5th International Conference. Society for Integrative
Oncology, Atlanta, Georgia. (Poster)
29. Zick, SM. April 2009. Preventing cancer in the colon: Effect of ginger on markers of
inflammation in gut mucosa. Poster presentation. 100th Annual Meeting. American
Association for Cancer Research, Denver, Colorado.
30. Zick SM. May 2009. Phase II trial of encapsulated ginger as a treatment for chemotherapyinduced nausea and vomiting. North American Research Conference on Complementary &
Integrative Medicine, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
31. Zick SM. May 2010. Relaxation acupressure reduces persistent cancer related fatigue. 5th
International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research (ICCMR), Tromso, Norway.
32. Zick SM. May 2010. Chamomile high-grade extract for chronic primary insomnia: A
randomized controlled trial. 5th International Congress on Complementary Medicine
Research (ICCMR), Tromso, Norway.
33. Zick SM. May 2010. Relaxation acupressure reduces persistent cancer related fatigue. 5th
International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research, Tromso, Norway.
34. Zick SM, Arnedt TJ. June 2010. Chamomile high-grade extract for chronic primary
insomnia: Preliminary results from a randomized controlled pilot study. 24th Annual Meeting
Associated Professional Sleep Societies, San Antonio, Texas.
35. Zick SM. November 2010. Moderated Panel. How do we pay for Integrative Oncology?
Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO), New York City, New York.
36. Zick SM. November 2010. Career development workshop for CAM practitioners and
students. Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO), New York City, New York.
37. Zick SM. June 2011. Examination of ginger on inflammatory markers in colon mucosa of
people at high risk for colorectal cancer. American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO),
Chicago, Illinois. (Poster)
38. Zick SM. November 2011. Examination of the association of diet on persistent cancer-related
fatigue. 8th International Conference of the Society Integrative Oncology, Cleveland, Ohio.
(Poster)
39. Zick SM. December 2011. Ginger supplementation and the expression of NF-kB in the
normal-appearing colorectal mucosa of patients at high risk of colorectal cancer: Results
from a pilot randomized, controlled trial. Phytochemical Society of North American 50th
Anniversary Meeting, Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii.
40. Citronberg J, Zick SM. December 2011. Ginger supplementation and the expression of bax in
the normal-appearing colorectal sporadic colorectal adenoma patients: Results from a pilot
randomized, controlled trial. Phytochemical Society of North American 50th Anniversary
Meeting, Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii. (Poster)
41. Jiang Y, Turgeon DK, Wright BD, Ruffin M, Brenner DE, Zick SM. December 2011.
Regulation of ginger root extract on colonic inflammatory signaling in human with normal
and high risk of colon cancer. Phytochemical Society of North American 50th Anniversary
Meeting, Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii. (Poster)
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42. Zick SM. May 2012. Conducting research on integrative cancer symptomology: focus on
research challenges, successes and resources in clinical research. International Research
Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Portland, Oregon.
43. Zick SM, Harris, RE. June 2012. Molecular determinants of persistent cancer related fatigue
in breast cancer survivors. Cancer Survivorship Research: Translating Science to Care 2012
Conference, Arlington, Virginia. (Poster)
44. Zick SM (Panel Moderator). October 2012. Using eTechnology for conducting
complementary research to promote health and wellness. Consortium Annual Meeting,
Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
45. Zick SM, Mao, J, Wyatt, G, Fouladbakhsh, J. October 2012. Conducting Research on
Integrative Cancer Symptomology: Focus on Research Challenges, Successes and Resources
in Clinical Research. Society for Integrative Oncology 9th Annual Conference, Albuquerque,
New Mexico.
46. Zick SM, Greenlee H, Bauer-Wu S, Balneaves, L. April 2013. Innovative use of technology
in integrative oncology research. ICCMR 2013 – Long Term Conditions: Developing Global
integrative and sustainable solutions – 8th Annual ICCMR Congress, London, England.
47. Zick SM, Arnedt TJ, Wyatt G, Murphy SL, Sen A, Harris RE. April 2013. The prevalence
and phenotype of pain experienced by fatigued breast cancer survivors. ICCMR 2013 – Long
Term Conditions: Developing global integrative and sustainable solutions – 8th Annual
ICCMR Congress, London, England. (Poster)
48. Cohen AJ, Lachance LL, Ruffin M, Zick SM. May 2013. Utilization of SNAP incentive
programs for purchase of fruits and vegetables at Detroit farmers market. Fellows, Residents,
or Student Research Works in Progress Poster. 46th STFM Annual Spring Conference,
Baltimore, Maryland. (Poster)
49. Somers EC, Ganser MA, Marder W, Wang L, Kyun Park S, Warren J, Basu Niladri, Zick
SM. September 2013. Intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids and antinuclear antibodies in the
general US population. American College of Epidemiology, Louisville, Kentucky. (Poster)
50. Greenlee H, Deng G, Zick SM. October 2013. Integrative Oncology Clinical Guidelines:
Current and future guidelines from SIO. 10th International Conference of Society for
Integrative Oncology, Vancouver, Canada.
51. Zick SM. October 2013. The effect of two types of self-administered acupressure compared
to standard of care on depression and anxiety in fatigued breast cancer survivors. 10th
International Conference of Society for Integrative Oncology, Vancouver, Canada.
52. Frambes D, Wyatt G, Zick SM. November 2013. Acupressure for persistent fatigue after
treatment for breast cancer. 2nd Annual MSU Conference on Women’s Health Research,
Lansing, Michigan. (Poster)
53. Zick SM. November 2013. Designing clinical studies and Naturopathy, Wayne State
University, Methods on Complementary Medicine Research, Detroit, Michigan.
54. Zick SM, Greenlee H. February 2014. Naturopathic Oncology Research: The good, the bad,
the ugly and clinical implications. Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians
(ONCANP), Phoenix, Arizona.
55. Zick SM. May 2014. Clinical Manual Therapies: The effect of self-administered acupressure
on chronic pain in breast cancer survivors. IRCHM 2014, Miami, Florida.
56. Arnedt TJ, Murphy S, Wyatt G, Sen A, Harris RE, Zick SM. May 2014. Sleep disordered
breathing risk and associations with fatigue in breast cancer survivors. SLEEP 2014,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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57. Hampson JP, Wright BD, Khabir T, Zick SM, Harris RE. June 2014. Functional brain
connectivity is associated with persistent cancer related fatigue. Human Brain Mapping
(HBM) Conference, Hamburg, Germany
58. Zick SM. October 2014. Acupressure for chronic insomnia in breast cancer survivors. 11th
International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology, Houston, Texas.
59. Cohen, AJ, Lachance L, Hesterman OB, Bair RC, Zick SM. November 2014. Barriers and
facilitators to use of a SNAP incentive program at Detroit farmers market: a qualitative
evaluation. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
60. Cohen, AJ, Lachance L, Hesterman OB, Bair RC, Noonan G, Zick SM. Utilization of a
SNAP incentive program for the purchase of fruits and vegetables at Detroit farmers markets.
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, November
2014.
61. Cohen, AJ, Richardson CR, Hesterman OB, Bair RC, Murphy E, Zick SM. April 2015.
Evaluating use of a healthy food incentive program among low-income families at a
community health center in Southeast Michigan. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
Annual Spring Conference, Orlando, Florida. (Poster)
62. Arnedt JT, Murphy S, Wyatt G, Sen A, Harris R, Zick S. June 2015. Acupressure for
insomnia in breast cancer survivors: a preliminary report. SLEEP 2015, Seattle, Washington.
(Poster)
63. Cohen, AJ, Richardson CR, Heisler, M, Davis, MM, Hesterman OB, Bair RC, Murphy E,
Zick SM. June 2015. Evaluating use of a healthy food incentive program among low-income
families at a health center in Southeast Michigan. Academy Health Annual Research
Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Poster)
64. Cohen A, Richardson C, Zick S. October 2015. Evaluating use of a farmers market incentive
program among low-income health center patients. 43rd North American Primary Care
Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico.
65. Cohen A, Richardson C, Bair Rachel, Hesterman O, Zick S. November 2015. Evaluating use
of a healthy food incentive program among low-income health center patients. American
Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. (Poster)
Intramural Invited Presentations
1. Zick SM. May 1998. Methods for elders to choose a complementary or alternative
practitioner. Turner Geriatric Center Senior Seminar, University of Michigan Medical
Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2. Zick SM. September 1998. Introduction to naturopathic medicine. CAM Research Center’s
Noon Lecture Series, University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
3. Zick SM. December 1998. Women’s herbs: Issues and evidence. 7th Annual Primary Health
Care for Women. University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
4. Zick SM. December 1998. Interesting herbs for women’s health. Plenary Session, Women’s
Health CME, Towsley Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
5. Zick SM. February 1999. Current research at the University of Michigan CAM Research
Center. Lecture Series CAM Cancer Task Force, University of Michigan Medical Center,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
6. Zick SM. February 1999. CAM for cancer. Lecture Series CAM Cancer Task Force,
University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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7. Zick SM. October 1999. Popular herbs: Issues and evidence. Complementary Therapies in
Clinical Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach, CME Conference, Towsley Center,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
8. Zick SM. October 1999. Women’s herbs: Issues and evidence. Complementary Therapies in
Clinical Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach, CME Conference, Towsley Center,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
9. Zick SM. March 2000. Herbal medicine for pediatric patients. CAM Research Center’s Noon
Lecture Series, University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
10. Zick SM. April 2000. Popular herbs: Issues and evidence. Medical Surgical Nursing Update,
University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
11. Zick SM. September 2000. Moving your heart through herbs. CME Towsley Center,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
12. Zick SM. December 2000. Men’s herbs: Issues and evidence. Men’s Health Class, University
of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
13. Zick SM. January 2001. Hydrotherapy: Water and healing. CAM Research Center’s Noon
Lecture Series, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
14. Zick SM. February 2001. Popular herbs: Issues and evidence. Complementary and
Alternative Medicine Class for Allied Health Providers, University of Michigan School of
Nursing, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
15. Zick SM. September 2002. Prevalence, patterns, and reasons for holistic medicine use in
cancer patients. Psychology Oncology Grand Rounds, University of Michigan Health
System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
16. Zick SM. September 2002 - June 2003. Research your passion in complementary and
alternative medicine. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Center, Ann Arbor,
Michigan.
17. Zick SM. October 2002. Botanical treatments for colds and flu: Examining the evidence.
Impact of Herbal Therapy on Clinical Practice: Continuing Medical Education, University of
Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
18. Zick SM. October 2002. Nurturing and protecting the unborn child: Evidence on herbs in
pregnancy. Impact of Herbal Therapy on Clinical Practice: Continuing Medical Education,
University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
19. Zick SM. Warber S, Feldt LD, October 2002. Popular herbs: Issues and evidence. Impact of
Herbal Therapy on Clinical Practice: Continuing Medical Education, University of Michigan
Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
20. Zick SM. June 2003. Pediatric complementary and integrative medicine: Evidence and
practical issues around food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities. Pediatric Grand Rounds,
University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
21. Zick SM. March 2007. Complementary and alternative medicine and cancer panel. Seminars
in Medicine, University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
22. Zick SM, Harris RE. April 2008. Acupuncture and acupressure in fibromyalgia and fatigue:
Insights into mechanisms and clinical trial design. Michigan Integrative Healthcare Research
Council Talk, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
23. Zick SM. July 2010. Acupressure for persistent cancer related fatigue. Translational Research
in Medicine Seminar Series, University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ann
Arbor, Michigan.
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24. Zick SM. Dec 2010. Acupressure for Fatigue and Insomnia. Integrative Medicine Case
Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
25. Zick SM. January 2011 Naturopathic Hydrotherapy. Integrative Medicine Case Conference,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
26. Zick SM. February 2011. Acupuncture for sleep disorder fatigue. Family Medicine Grand
Rounds, University of Michigan, Department of Family Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
27. Zick SM. April 2011. Great Lakes Integrative Medicine Health and Research (GLIMHR).
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
28. Zick, SM. February 2012. Integrative Approaches to Dealing with Cancer Pain. Integrative
Medicine Case Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
29. Zick, SM. May 2013. Self-administered Acupressure Reduces Chronic Pain in Breast
Cancer Survivors. Integrative Medicine Case Conference, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, Michigan.
30. Zick SM. December 2013. Herbs. Department of Family Medicine Residents, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
31. Zick SM. March 2014. Creating Wellness: Integrative Medicine in Primary Care. Herbal
Medicine Making Working, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
32. Zick SM. February 2015. Examining the impact of self-administered acupressure on
persistent fatigue in breast cancer survivors. Strengthening Nurse NCD Research and
Training Capacity in Thailand--Weekly Seminar Series, School of Nursing, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
33. Zick SM, Locke A, Burris B. March 2015. Multidisciplinary Case Discussion (Plenary).
Creating a Space for Wellness: Integrative Health in Primary Care, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
34. Zick SM. March 2015. Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Use of Integrative Therapies as
Supportive Care in Patients Treated for Breast Cancer. Creating a Space for Wellness:
Integrative Health in Primary Care, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Bibliography
Peer-Reviewed Journals and Publications
1. Warber SL, Zick SM. Biologically based complementary medicine for cardiovascular
disease: Help or harm? Clinics in Family Practice 2001;3(4):945-75.
2. Zick SM, Raisler J, Warber SL. Pregnancy. Clinics in Family Practice 2002;4(4):1005-28.
3. Zick SM. Association between physical functional limitations and visiting a complementary
and alternative medicine provider. Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine 2004;1(3):203-8.
4. Zick SM, Benn R. Bridging CAM practice and research: teaching CAM practitioners about
research methodology. Altern Ther Health Med 2004;10(3):50-6.
5. Kirakosyan A, Kaufman P, Warber S, Zick S, Aaronson K, Bolling S, Chul Chang S. Applied
environmental stresses to enhance the levels of polyphenolics in leaves of hawthorn plants.
Physiol Plant 2004;121(2):182-6.
6. Zick SM, Blume A, Normolle D, Ruffin M. Challenges in herbal research: a randomized
clinical trial to assess blinding with ginger. Complement Ther Med 2005;13(2):101-6.
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7. Zick SM, Blume A, Aaronson KD. The prevalence and pattern of complementary and
alternative supplement use in individuals with chronic heart failure. J Card Fail
2005;11(8):586-9.
8. Zick SM. Writing herbal case reports. Journal of the American Herbalists Guild
2005;5(2):36-9.
9. Zick SM, Al-Rawi S. Prevalence and patterns of complementary therapy utilization in
pregnant women. International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine 2005; Summer: available
at http://www.intjnm.org/article.php?articleid=35.
10. Zick SM, Al-Rawi S. Red raspberry leaf: A review of its safety and efficacy in pregnancy
and labor. International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine 2005; Summer: available at
http://www.intjnm.org/article.php?articleid=37.
11. Lewith G, Verhoef M, Koithan M, Zick SM. Developing CAM research capacity for
complementary medicine. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med 2006;3(2):283-9. PMCID:
PMC1475932
12. Zick SM, Sen A, Feng Y, Green J, Olatunde S, Boon H. Trial of Essiac to ascertain its effect
in women with breast cancer (TEA-BC). J Altern Complement Med 2006;12(10):971-80.
13. Nanua S, Zick SM, Andrade JE, Sajjan US, Burgess JR, Lukacs NW, Hershenson MB.
Quercetin blocks airway epithelial cell chemokine expression. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol
2006;35(5):602-10. PMCID: PMC2643278
14. Boon HS, Olatunde F, Zick SM. Trends in complementary/alternative medicine use by breast
cancer survivors: comparing survey data from 1998 to 2005. BMC Womens Health 2007;7:4.
PMCID: PMC1851951
15. Rhode J, Fogoros S, Zick S, Wahl H, Griffith KA, Huang J, Liu JR. Ginger inhibits cell
growth and modulates angiogenic factors in ovarian cancer cells. BMC Complement Altern
Med 2007;7:44. PMCID: PMC2241638
16. Zick SM, Djuric Z, Ruffin MT, Litzinger AJ, Normolle DP, Alrawi S, Feng MR, Brenner
DE. Pharmacokinetics of 6-gingerol, 8-gingerol, 10-gingerol and 6-shogaol and conjugate
metabolites in healthy human subjects. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2008;17(8):19306. PMCID: PMC2676573
17. Zick SM, Gillespie B, Aaronson KD. The Effect of Crataegus oxycantha Special Extract WS
1442 on clinical progression in patients with mild to moderate symptoms of heart failure.
Eur J Heart Fail 2008;10(6):587-93. PMCID: PMC2577845
18. Zick SM, Ruffin MT, Lee J, Normolle DP, Siden R, Alrawi S, Brenner DE. Phase II trial of
encapsulated ginger as a treatment for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. Support
Care Cancer 2009;17(5):563-572. PMCID: PMC4131259
19. Zick SM, Schwabi H, Flower A, Chakraborty B, Hirschkorn K. Unique aspects of herbal
whole system research. Explore (NY) 2009;5(2):97-103. PMCID: PMC2685174
20. Lachance LL, Hawthorne V, Brien S, Hyland ME, Lewith GT, Verhoef MJ, Warber S, Zick
S. Delphi-derived development of a common core for measuring complementary and
alternative medicine prevalence. J Altern Complement Med 2009;15(5):489-94.
21. Zick SM, Vautaw BM, Gillespie B, Aaronson KD. Hawthorn extract randomized blinded
chronic heart failure (HERB CHF) trial. Eur J Heart Fail 2009;11(10):990-9. PMCID:
PMC2754502
22. Zick SM. Gillespie B, Aaronson KD: Author’s response to editorial comments on the
Hawthorn extract randomized, blinded chronic heart failure (HERB-CHF) trial. Focus Altern
Complement Ther 2010;15:16-18.
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23. Ganesan S, Faris AN, Comstock AT, Chattoraj SS, Chattoraj A, Burgess JR, Curtis JL,
Martinez FJ, Zick S, Hershenson MB, Sajjan US. Quercetin prevents progression of disease
in elastase/LPS-exposed mice by negatively regulating MMP expression. Respir Res
2010;11:131. PMCID: PMC2954923
24. Zick SM, Ruffin MT, Djuric Z, Normolle D, Brenner DE. Quantitation of 6-, 8- and 10Gingerols and 6-Shogaol in human plasma by high-performance liquid chromatography with
electrochemical detection. Int J Biomed Sci 2010;6(3):233-40. PMCID: PMC2975369
25. Zick SM, Alrawi S, Merel G, Burris B, Sen A, Litzinger A, Harris RE. Relaxation
acupressure reduces persistent cancer-related fatigue. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med
2011:2011. PMCID: PMC2949582
26. Yu Y, Zick S, Li X, Zou P, Wright B, Sun D. Examination of the pharmacokinetics of active
ingredients of ginger in humans. AAPS J 2011;13(3):417-26. PMCID: PMC3160151
27. Zick SM, Wright BD, Sen A, Arnedt JT. Preliminary examination of the efficacy and safety
of a standardized chamomile extract for chronic primary insomnia: a randomized placebocontrolled pilot study. BMC Complement Altern Med 2011;11:78. PMCID: PMC3198755
28. Zick SM, Turgeon DK, Vareed SK, Ruffin MT, Litzinger AJ, Wright BD, Alrawi S,
Normolle DP, Djuric Z, Brenner DE. Phase II study of the effects of ginger root extract on
eicosanoids in colon mucosa in people at normal risk for colorectal cancer. Cancer Prev Res
(Phila.) 2011;4(11):1929-37. PMCID: PMC3208778
29. Zick SM, Wyatt GK, Murphy SL, Arnedt JT, Sen A, Harris RE. Acupressure for persistent
cancer-related fatigue in breast cancer survivors (AcuCrft): a study protocol for a randomized
controlled trial. BMC Complement Altern Med 2012;12:132. PMCID: PMC3492211
30. Zick SM, Sen A, Han-Markey TL, Harris RE. Examination of the association of diet and
persistent cancer-related fatigue: a pilot study. Oncol Nurs Forum 2013;40(1):E41-9.
31. Jiang Y, Turgeon DK, Wright BD, Sidahmed E, Ruffin MT, Brenner DE, Sen A, Zick SM.
Effect of ginger root on cyclooxygenase-1 and 15-hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase
expression in colonic mucosa of humans at normal and increased risk of colorectal cancer.
Eur J Cancer Prev 2013;22(5):455-60. PMCID: PMC3720765
32. Citronberg J, Bostick R, Ahearn T, Turgeon DK, Ruffin MT, Djuric Z, Sen A, Brenner DE,
Zick SM. Effects of ginger supplementation on cell-cycle biomarkers in the normalappearing colonic mucosa of patients at increased risk for colorectal cancer: results from a
pilot, randomized, and controlled trial. Cancer Prev Res (Phila.) 2013;6(4):271-81. PMCID:
PMC3618532
33. Zick SM, Zwickey H, Wood L, Foerster B, Khabir T, Wright B, Ichesco E, Sen A, Harris
RE. Preliminary differences in peripheral immune markers and brain metabolites between
fatigued and non-fatigued breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. Brain Imaging Behav
2014;8(4):506-16. [PMCID in process]
34. Shakour S, Ruffin MT, Zick SM, Lubman DM, Nie S. Serum metabolomic analysis of
pancreatic cancer--letter. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2013;22(10):1921.
35. Balneaves LG, Lee RT, Guns ES, Zick SM, Bauer-Wu S, Greenlee H. Tenth international
conference of the society for integrative oncology translational science in integrative
oncology: From bedside to bench to best practices. Integr Cancer Ther 2014;13(1):5-11.
36. Greenlee H, Balneaves LG, Carlson LE, Cohen M, Deng G, Hershman D, Mumber M,
Perlmutter J, Seely D, Sen A, Zick SM, Tripathy D. Clinical practice guidelines on the use of
integrative therapies as supportive care in patients treated for breast cancer. J Nat Cancer Inst
Monogr 2014;2014(50):346-58.
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37. Bauer-Wu S, Zick S, Lee RT, Balneaves LG, Greenlee H. Advancing the evidence base and
transforming cancer care through interprofessional collegiality: the society for integrative
oncology. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2014;2014(50):294.
38. Lee RT, Yang P, Greenlee H, Bauer-Wu S, Balneaves LG, Zick S. Personalized integrative
oncology: targeted approaches for optimal outcomes: the 11th international conference of the
society for integrative oncology. Integr Cancer Ther 2015;14(1):98-105.
39. Somers EC, Ganser MA, Warren JS, Basu N, Wang L, Zick SM, Park SK. Mercury exposure
and antinuclear antibodies among females of reproductive age in the United States:
NHANES. Environ Health Perspect 2015;123(8)792-8.
40. Greenlee H, Zick SM, Rosenthal D, Cohen L, Cassileth B, Tripathy D. Integrative Oncology
– strong science is needed for better patient care. Nat Rev Cancer Nat Rev Cancer
2015;15(3):165.
41. Zick SM, Wyatt G. Murphy S, Harris RE, Arnedt J. Self-administered acupressure for
persistent cancer-related fatigue: Fidelity considerations. Alt Ther Health Med
2015;21(4):18-23.
42. Hampson JP, Zick SM, Khabir T, Wright BD, Harris RE. Altered resting brain connectivity
in persistent cancer related fatigue. NeuroImage Clin 2015;8:305-13.
43. Zick SM, Turgeon DK, Ren J, Ruffin MT, Wright BD, Sen A, Djuric Z, Brenner DE. Pilot
clinical study of the effects of ginger root extract on eicosanoids in colonic mucosa of
subjects at increased risk for colorectal cancer. Mol Carcinog 2015;54(9):908-15.
44. Zick SM, Sen A, Wyatt GK, Murphy SL, Arnedt JT, Harris RE. Investigation of 2 types of
self-administered acupressure for persistent cancer-related fatigue in breast cancer survivors:
a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Oncol 2016;2(11):1470-6.
45. Langevin HM, Keely P, Mao J, Hodge LM, Schleip R, Deng G, Hinz B, Swartz MA, de
Valois BA, Zick S, Findley T. Connecting (T)issues: how research in fascia biology can
impact integrative oncology. Cancer Res 2016;76(21):6159-62.
46. Matovina C, Birkeland AC, Zick S, Shuman AG. Integrative medicine in head and neck
cancer. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2016 Oct 11. [Epub ahead of press]
47. Zick SM, Colacino J, Cornellier M, Khabir T, Surnow K, Djuric Z. Fatigue reduction diet in
breast cancer survivors: a pilot randomized clinical trial. Breast Cancer Res Treat
2017;161(2):299-310.
48. Cohen AJ, Richardson CR, Heisler M, Sen A, Murphy EC, Hesterman OB, Davis MM, Zick
SM. Increasing use of a healthy food incentive: a waiting room intervention among lowincome patients. Am J Prev Med 2017;52(2):154-162.
49. Greenlee H, DuPont-Reyes MJ, Balneaves LG, Carlson LE, Cohen MR, Deng G, Johnson
JA, Mumber M, Seely D, Zick S, Boyce L, Tripathy D. Clinical practice guidelines on the
evidence-based use of integrative therapies during and following breast cancer treatment.
CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians in press.
Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications
1. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: When is the use of St. John’s Wort appropriate for depression.
Peoples Food Co-op Newsletter, Sep/Oct 1997, 2-3.
2. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: Dealing with dry skin using natural methods. Peoples Food
Co-op Newsletter, Nov/Dec 1997, 3.
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3. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: How to decide when to use teas vs. tinctures and capsules.
Peoples Food Co-op Newsletter, Jan/Feb 1998, 2-3.
4. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: Melatonin and DHEA: Their use and misuse in aging
populations. Peoples Food Co-op Newsletter, Mar/Apr 1998, 2-3.
5. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: How to prevent seasonal allergies and hay fever. Peoples
Food Co-op Newsletter, Jul/Aug 1998, 2-3.
6. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: Natural alternatives for treating and preventing migraine
headaches. Peoples Food Co-op Newsletter, Sep/Oct 1998, 2-3.
7. Zick SM. Ask the Naturopath: How to start and maintain a healthy exercise program. Peoples
Food Co-op Newsletter, Sep/Oct 1998, 2-3.
Book Chapters
1. Zick SM. Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine. In: Kaufman PB, Warber S, Hoyt J, Govil
J, Matson B, Coon C, Lu C (ed.) Creating A Sustainable Future: Living in Harmony with the
Earth. Sci Tech Publishing LLC, New Delhi, India, 2002.
2. Warber S, Zick SM. Peripheral Vascular Disease. In: Rakel D (ed.) Integrative Medicine,
Saunders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2003:187-194.
3. Warber S, Zick SM. Coronary Artery Disease. In: Rakel D (ed.) Integrative Medicine,
Saunders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2003:173-186.
4. Zick SM. Fibrocystic Breasts and Breast Pain. In: Romm A (ed.) Botanical Medicine for
Women’s Health, Churchill Livingstone, St. Louis, Missouri; 2009:219-224.
5. Harris RE, Zick SM. Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies for Pain. In:
Managing Pain: Essentials of Diagnosis and Treatment. Brummett CM, Cohen SP (ed.)
Oxford University Press, New York, New York; 2013:105-144.
Abstracts
1. Zick SM. Do physical functional limitations predict complementary and alternative medicine
provider use? Forschende Komplementarmedzin und Klassische Natuheilkunde (Research in
Complementary and Natural Classical Medicine) 2000;7:57.
2. Zick SM, Gillespie E, Aaronson K, Stevens M. Lessons learned: Recruiting and enrollment
in complementary and alternative medicine trials. Altern Ther Health Med 2001;7(3):S40.
3. Zick SM, Aaronson K. CAM use in individuals with congestive heart failure. Focus Altern
Complement Ther 2003;8(4):557-8.
4. Aaronson KD, Zick SM, Gillespie B. The Hawthorn Extract Randomised, Blinded Chronic
Heart Failure (HERB-CHF) trial. Focus Altern Complement Ther 2004;9 S1:63.
5. Zick SM, Benn R. Bridging CAM practice and research: Teaching CAM practitioners about
research methodology. Altern Ther Health Med 2005;11(2):38.
6. Boon H, Zick SM, Green J, Olatunde S. Trial of Essiac to ascertain its effect in women with
breast cancer (TEABC), CAM Research in Canada: Sharing Successes and Challenges Abstracts from the 2nd Annual IN-CAM Symposium, 2005, Toronto, Canada, J Complement
Integr Med 2005;2(1):Article 12.
7. Lachance L, Zick S, Hawthorne V, Brien S, Hyland ME, Lewith G, Verhoef M, Warber S.
Delphi process for developing a common epidemiologic core for Complementary and
Alternative Medicine (CAM) Prevalence. Altern Ther Health Med 2006;12(3):55-6.
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8. Zick SM, Aaronson K. Hawthorn extract does not inhibit clinical progression in patients with
mild to moderate symptoms of heart failure. Forschende Komplementarmedzin und
Klassische Natuheilkunde (Research in Complementary and Natural Classical Medicine)
2007;12(suppl 1):11.
9. Wu AH, Koelling TM, Matthews JC, Zick SM, Aaronson KD. Relation of markers of
oxidative stress and inflammation to body mass index in heart failure. J Am Coll Cardiol
2007;49(9 Supplement A):94A.
10. Zick S, Ruffin MT, Lee J, Normolle DP, Siden R, Brenner DE. Phase II trial of encapsulated
ginger as a treatment for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. Altern Ther Health
Med 2009;15(3):S132.
11. Jiang Y, Turgeon DK, Wright BD, Ruffin MT, Brenner DE, Zick SM. Regulation of ginger
root extract on colonic inflammatory signaling in human with normal and high risk of colon
cancer. Pharm Biol 2012:50(5):540.
12. Citronberg J, Bostick RM, Ruffin M, Turgeon DK, Brenner DE, Wright BD, Zick SM.
Ginger supplementation and the expression of BAX in the normal-appearing colorectal
mucosa of sporadic colorectal adenoma patients: results from a pilot randomized, controlled
trial. Pharm Bio 2012;50(5):629-630.
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