To encourage experts in public health, law, political science, medicine, sociology, criminal justice, economics, psychology, and other behavioral and policy sciences to address issues of substance abuse.
- $166,564.00 awarded to University of California, Los Angeles, Office of Contract and Grant Administration - Analysis of public discourse on drug treatment effectiveness
- $37,826.00 awarded to University of Kentucky Research Foundation - Research on the relationship of food stamps and cash transfer programs on the use of marijuana, tobacco, and alcohol
- $224,501.00 awarded to Rand Corporation - Research to compare the cost-efficacy of prevention and other drug control programs
- $196,691.00 awarded to University of Minnesota School of Public Health - Study of youth access to tobacco law enforcement practices in communities across 50 states
- $141,268.00 awarded to Center for Health Economics Research, Inc. - Study of the adoption and economic effects of smoke-free restaurant ordinances in Massachusetts