To build the evidence for public health law and policy, and translate research findings into practical tools that policy-makers, public health practitioners, and leaders in other fields and venues can use to increase the support for and use of law to improve and protect health.
- $112,959.00 awarded to Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) - Investigating the effect of statutory-rape laws on pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases among teens
- $149,839.00 awarded to University of Rochester Medical Center - Analyzing the impact of new local lead laws on children's health to inform policy in other communities
- $450,000.00 awarded to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering - Researching gaps in the regulation of lead levels in drinking water as concern over lead poisoning has increased
- $149,615.00 awarded to Appalachian School of Law - Conducting research to identify legal interventions to improve the dental health of the people of Central Appalachia
- $150,000.00 awarded to Saint Louis University School of Public Health & Social Justice - Examining the impact on public health of IRS exclusion of environmental and community activities as community benefits