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Behavioral Research - Cancer Control and Population Sciences

Research Topics: Tobacco Products

Grant Funding

The National Cancer Institute currently has two active program announcements (using R01 and R21 mechanisms) encouraging funding applications on tobacco products. The purpose of these funding opportunities is to stimulate multidisciplinary research on potential reduced-exposure tobacco products, both smoked and smokeless, through the interplay of basic, biological, behavioral, surveillance, and epidemiology research. For more information and instructions on applying, please click on the links below.

Testing Tobacco Products Promoted to Reduce Harm (R01) PA-09-046
Testing Tobacco Products Promoted to Reduce Harm (R21) PA-09-047

Currently Funded PREPs Grants

The following grants related to studying tobacco products are currently being funded by the National Cancer Institute.

Chart 1 contains grants funded in response to the Program Announcement, Testing Tobacco Products Promoted to Reduce Harm. Chart 2 contains other PREPs grants awarded by the National Cancer Institute

This list contains grants carried over from prior fiscal years and new grants awarded in the current fiscal year.

Grants 1 to 3 of 3

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PI Name
Organization Name
Project Title
(click for Abstract)
Grant Number
(click for Publications)**
Carpenter, Matthew J.
Medical University Of South Carolina
A Novel Trial of Smokeless Tobacco for Cessation Induction in Unmotivated Smokers 5R01CA154992-04
Hatsukami, Dorothy K.
University Of Minnesota
Evaluation of Oral Tobacco as a Harm Reduction Method for Smokers 5R01CA135884-06
Primack, Brian A.
University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh
Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking among U.S. Adolescents and Young Adults 5R01CA140150-05

** Includes all publications listed in PubMed authored by the Principal Investigator and supported by the specified grant. Please note that not all grants have publications listed in PubMed, and the listing of publications in PubMed may not be complete.


Pl Name
Organization Name

Project Title
(click for abstract)

Grant Number
(click for publications)
Pickworth, Wallace
BATTELLE CENTERS/PUB HLTH RES & EVALUATN
1R01CA138973-01
Benowitz, Neal L.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO
5R01CA078603-09
Cummings, K. Michael
ROSWELL PARK CANCER INSTITUTE CORP
BUILDING THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR TOBACCO CONTROL POLICIES
5P50CA111236

Eissenberg, Thomas Evan
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
5R01CA103827-05
Hatsukami, Dorothy K.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
5P50DA013333-100003


Archived PREPs Grants

Chart 3 contains grants funded in response to the Program Announcement, Testing Tobacco Products Promoted to Reduce Harm during previous fiscal years.

Grants 1 to 10 of 10

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PI Name
Organization Name
Project Title
(click for Abstract)
Grant Number
(click for Publications)**
Biener, Lois Barbara
University Of Massachusetts Boston
Receptivity to new smokeless tobacco products among test market populations 5R01CA151384-03
Clark, Pamela I.
Univ Of Maryland, College Park
Standardization of Methods to Measure Waterpipie Smoke Emissions and Exposure 5R01CA133149-04
Connolly, Gregory Niles
Harvard School Of Public Health
Subjective and Behavioral Responses to PREP Design and Marketing 5R01CA125224-04
Eissenberg, Thomas Evan
Virginia Commonwealth University
Waterpipe tobacco smoke: toxicant exposure and effects 5R01CA120142-05
Gordon, Sydney Michael
Battelle Centers/Pub Hlth Res & Evaluatn
Effect of True Puff Profile Replication on Machine-Generated Smoke Constituents 5R21CA133893-02
Gordon, Sydney Michael
Battelle Centers/Pub Hlth Res & Evaluatn
Smokers and PREPs: Measurement of Inhaled and Exhaled Tobacco Smoke Particulate 5R01CA129511-03
Guttenplan, Joseph B.
New York University
Mutagenicity of tobacco smoke in human cell co-cultures 5R21CA118397-02
O'Connor, Richard J.
Roswell Park Cancer Institute Corp
Evaluating Low Ignition Propensity Cigarette Legislation 5R01CA117108-04
Strasser, Andrew
University Of Pennsylvania
Smoking topography and harm exposure in a new PREP 5R01CA120594-05
Wewers, Mary Ellen
Ohio State University
Smokeless tobacco marketing approaches to Ohio Appalachian populations 5R21CA129907-02

** Includes all publications listed in PubMed authored by the Principal Investigator and supported by the specified grant. Please note that not all grants have publications listed in PubMed, and the listing of publications in PubMed may not be complete.


Last Updated:October 1, 2012

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