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Many Program Announcements relevant to tobacco researchers can be found on the NIDA website.

Additional Program Announcements relevant to tobacco researchers include, "Testing tobacco products promoted to reduce harm", "Small grants for behavioral research in cancer control", and "Reducing risk behaviors by promoting positive youth development."

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), through its Office on Smoking and Health (OSH), is the lead federal agency for comprehensive tobacco prevention and control. OSH funds health departments in all 50 states. Funded programs focus on tobacco use prevention, cessation, smoke-free environments, and tobacco-related disparities.


List of Resources

The US Food and Drug Administration Center for Tobacco Products - Science and Research

Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program - Funding Opportunities

Stanford Citadels: Interactive Map of Tobacco Manufacturing

Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising (SRITA)


International Quit & Recovery Registry (IQRR)

IQRR seeks to understand what allows people to succeed in overcoming addiction, whether to tobacco, alcohol, drugs, or harmful behaviors.

PhenX Toolkit



The Nicotine and Tobacco Product Assessment Shared Resource (NicoTAR)


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