To reduce rates of smoking in families by supporting research to develop and evaluate effective new interventions to help women quit smoking before, during and after pregnancy.
- $222,451.00 awarded to Oregon Health & Science University - Post-partum smoking relapse prevention study
- $238,446.00 awarded to Oregon State University Foundation - Significant-other supporter (S.O.S) program
- $299,802.00 awarded to San Diego State University Research Foundation - Exposure to mothers' cigarette smoke among WIC infants
- $243,797.00 awarded to University of Vermont College of Medicine - Telephone peer support to help pregnant women stop smoking
- $279,046.00 awarded to University of Michigan - Quit for keeps: Tailored smoking cessation guides for pregnancy and beyond