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.
- $98,917.00 awarded to Texas Christian University - Developing and testing intervention costing tools for substance abuse treatment
- $99,992.00 awarded to New York University College of Nursing - Developing a database concerning alcohol reduction policies and services in U.S. opioid treatment programs
- $98,908.00 awarded to University of California, San Francisco - Improving the quality of addiction treatment through policy research on how models of chronic disease prevention relate to drug and alcohol treatment
- $99,999.00 awarded to University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine - Analysis of smoking relapse among employees whose workplaces ban smoking
- $94,711.00 awarded to Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health - Study to examine the relationship of public and college policies on student binge drinking and tobacco use