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Research Project Awards

2015 (Cycle 24)
A novel imaging technology for the early detection of Oral C 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,842
University of California, Los Angeles Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Using technology to help low-income and Latino smokers quit 2015 (Cycle 24) $504,220
Palo Alto University, Inc. Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Air pollution, tobacco smoke, & asthma in minority children 2015 (Cycle 24) $419,485
University of California, San Francisco Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Controlled Thirdhand Smoke Exposure Core 2015 (Cycle 24) $304,957
University of California, San Francisco Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

The Role of CSN6 in Cardiac Muscle and Sudden Cardiac Death 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,875
University of California, San Diego Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

The role of PACAP/PAC1 receptor system in nicotine addiction 2015 (Cycle 24) $490,832
Western University of Health Sciences Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco Treatment for Employable Californians 2015 (Cycle 24) $573,934
Stanford University Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Airway inflammation in the evolution of airway fibrosis 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,875
University of California, San Francisco Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

DUAL USE OF MARIJUANA AND TOBACCO: SOCIAL MEDIA AND YOUTH 2015 (Cycle 24) $550,362
HBSA, Inc. Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Smoking and Embryonal Tumor Study 2015 (Cycle 24) $450,835
University of California, Los Angeles Regulatory Science/New Products

Prevention of relapse in nicotine dependence: role of mGluR7 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,875
University of California, San Diego Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

The Cost of Smoking for CA's Racial/Ethnic Communities 2015 (Cycle 24) $166,533
University of California, San Francisco Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Role of Glutamate/ACh co-release in nicotine addiction 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,875
University of California, San Diego Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems and California Youth 2015 (Cycle 24) $571,269
HBSA, Inc. Regulatory Science/New Products

Genotoxicity and Novel Biomarkers of Thirdhand Smoke 2015 (Cycle 24) $648,322
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Cytotoxicity and Stress Induction by Thirdhand Smoke 2015 (Cycle 24) $427,253
University of California, Riverside Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Population studies of new tobacco products and cigarettes 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,403
University of California, San Diego Regulatory Science/New Products

Metabolic consequences of tobacco toxicants 2015 (Cycle 24) $421,875
University of California, San Diego Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

2014 (Cycle 23)
ENDS on campus: Changes in policy and retail environments 2014 (Cycle 23) $530,987
Stanford University Industry Influence/Policy

Biological Impact of E-Cigarettes on Lung Carcinogenesis 2014 (Cycle 23) $445,314
University of California, Los Angeles Regulatory Science/New Products

Assessing Toxicity of Tobacco Product Waste to Humans 2014 (Cycle 23) $536,478
San Diego State University Research Foundation Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis of Tobacco-Related Lung Disease 2014 (Cycle 23) $675,093
Scripps Research Institute Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Tobacco Use Disparities in Californias Priority Populations 2014 (Cycle 23) $359,758
University of California, San Diego Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco Use Disparities in Californias Priority Populations 2014 (Cycle 23) $127,634
Claremont Graduate University Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Perinatal Tobacco Exposure Epigenetics & Transgenerational 2014 (Cycle 23) $445,312
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Genomic Signatures of CVD in Twins Discordant for Smoking 2014 (Cycle 23) $445,311
University of California, San Diego Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

2013 (Cycle 22)
Social media messaging and public health campaigns: Prop 29 2013 (Cycle 22) $290,315
University of California, San Diego Industry Influence/Policy

Shared Genetics of COPD and Lung Cancer 2013 (Cycle 22) $561,107
Kaiser Foundation Research Institute Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

African American Perceptions of Tobacco Denormalization Appr 2013 (Cycle 22) $603,465
HBSA, Inc. Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Ultra Low Dose, Effective CT for Lung Cancer Screening 2013 (Cycle 22) $428,183
University of California, Los Angeles Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

GIS tools for surveillance and regulation of flavored OTPs 2013 (Cycle 22) $566,132
Stanford University Industry Influence/Policy

Developmental Nicotine Exposure and Addiction 2013 (Cycle 22) $348,348
University of California, Los Angeles Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

A Family-Based Approach To Reduce Smoking in Vietnamese Men 2013 (Cycle 22) $511,465
University of California, San Francisco Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Effects of THS toxins on mechanical and drug-induced injury 2013 (Cycle 22) $405,680
University of California, Riverside Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Health and economic toll of tobacco on CA's LGBT community 2013 (Cycle 22) $375,845
University of California, San Francisco Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Metals and nanoparticles in electronic cigarette aerosol 2013 (Cycle 22) $239,648
University of California, Riverside Regulatory Science/New Products

Joint roles of ceramide, EGFR/Src in lung injury and cancer 2013 (Cycle 22) $467,606
University of California, Davis Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Toward Smoke-Free Casinos: The Win-River Experience 2013 (Cycle 22) $269,209
San Diego State University Research Foundation Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Economic impact of tobacco taxes on African Americans 2013 (Cycle 22) $467,255
University of California, San Francisco Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Early Detection of Stroke and Cardiovascular Disease Risk 2013 (Cycle 22) $586,770
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Developmental Nicotine Exposure and Addiction 2013 (Cycle 22) $102,816
University of California, Irvine Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

2012 (Cycle 21)
Clinical Validation of Salivary Oral Cancer Biomarkers 2012 (Cycle 21) $521,831
University of California, Los Angeles Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Certifying Smoke-Free Used Cars 2012 (Cycle 21) $687,545
San Diego State University Research Foundation Industry Influence/Policy

African American Smoking and Quitting in California 2012 (Cycle 21) $382,402
Claremont Graduate University Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco control policy and population-level harm reduction 2012 (Cycle 21) $459,900
University of California, San Diego Regulatory Science/New Products

Suppression of lung adenocarcinoma by miR-34 microRNAs 2012 (Cycle 21) $459,900
University of California, Berkeley Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis

Barriers to Blue-Collar HMO Smoking Cessation Participation 2012 (Cycle 21) $711,096
HBSA, Inc. Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Non-Nicotine Tobacco Constituents in Reward: Age Effects 2012 (Cycle 21) $275,155
University of California, Irvine Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Third hand smoke and hypersensitivity 2012 (Cycle 21) $668,192
Stanford University Environmental Exposure/Toxicology

Fotonovela to prevent SHS exposure in multiunit housing 2012 (Cycle 21) $795,088
University of Southern California Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

Preventing and Reducing Tobacco Use Among Homeless Youth 2012 (Cycle 21) $887,816
RAND Corporation Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence

2008 (Cycle 17)
Cigarette smoke injures lung epithelium by activating nSMase 2008 (Cycle 17) $394,380
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Measuring prenatal tobacco exposure in newborn blood spots 2008 (Cycle 17) $506,839
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Association of Outlet Density with Smoking and Pack Price 2008 (Cycle 17) $515,010
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Chronic nicotine treatment in primates; role of a6b2 nAChRs 2008 (Cycle 17) $194,628
The Parkinson's Institute Nicotine Dependence

Low-Cost Contingency Management for Smoking Cessation 2008 (Cycle 17) $478,743
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Negative effects of smoke on novel HDL mimetic therapies 2008 (Cycle 17) $657,970
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Cardiovascular Disease

Analysis of the Hippo pathway in lung cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $654,999
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer

Pharmacogenomics of New Generation Platinums in Lung Cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $394,380
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Tobacco, Nitrosamines, Damage, Repair, Mutations, and Cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $654,674
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer

Nicotine Self-Administration in an Animal Model 2008 (Cycle 17) $720,434
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Dissemination of the Rx for Change in Psychiatry Curriculum 2008 (Cycle 17) $409,106
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Role of oxidative stress and mitochondria in COPD 2008 (Cycle 17) $615,251
University of Southern California General Biomedical Science

The impact of secondhand smoke exposure on COPD outcomes 2008 (Cycle 17) $492,890
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Preserving At Risk Tobacco Control Policy Resources 2008 (Cycle 17) $392,644
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotinic receptors in nicotine addiction 2008 (Cycle 17) $634,743
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Smoking Policies and Secondhand Smoke in Hotel Rooms 2008 (Cycle 17) $522,544
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Dissemination of the Rx for Change in Psychiatry Curriculum 2008 (Cycle 17) $30,177
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Chronic nicotine treatment in primates; role of a6b2 nAChRs 2008 (Cycle 17) $382,500
SRI International Nicotine Dependence

A Novel Approach to Prevent in Utero Nicotine Lung Injury 2008 (Cycle 17) $564,957
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center General Biomedical Science

Nicotine and congenital heart disease 2008 (Cycle 17) $629,797
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Novel Extracellular Sulfatases and Smoke-induced Lung Cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $394,380
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Smokefree Homes and Smoking Initiation in a National Sample 2008 (Cycle 17) $477,781
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

ApoE related effect of smoking in cardiovascular disease 2008 (Cycle 17) $678,561
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

2007 (Cycle 16)
Molecular Dynamics & Regulation of Apo A-I's Conformation 2007 (Cycle 16) $644,293
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Understanding Nicotinic Receptor Subtype Specificity 2007 (Cycle 16) $592,751
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Impact of MPO in Tobacco-related Cardiovascular Disease 2007 (Cycle 16) $267,555
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cardiovascular Disease

Social Context of Smoking in Adolescence and Young Adulthood 2007 (Cycle 16) $791,718
RAND Corporation Epidemiology

Modulating TLR9 Activation for Lung Cancer Therapy 2007 (Cycle 16) $246,467
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Brain nAChR Occupancy: Effect of Secondhand Smoke 2007 (Cycle 16) $623,593
Brentwood Biomedical Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Exposure to Secondhand Smoke: Effects of Proximity 2007 (Cycle 16) $628,932
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effects of nicotine on fetal hematopoiesis 2007 (Cycle 16) $764,400
Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies General Biomedical Science

Tobacco Industry Targeting of Older Persons 2007 (Cycle 16) $509,993
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Modulating TLR9 Activation for Lung Cancer Therapy 2007 (Cycle 16) $415,463
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Macrophage DAP12 pathway in emphysema 2007 (Cycle 16) $387,237
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

High Resolution OCT for Early Airway Cancer Detection 2007 (Cycle 16) $480,636
University of California, Irvine Cancer

Gastroschisis: maternal smoking and genetic variation 2007 (Cycle 16) $668,429
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute General Biomedical Science

Economic Impact of Secondhand Smoke for Communities of Color 2007 (Cycle 16) $216,038
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Impact of MPO in Tobacco-related Cardiovascular Disease 2007 (Cycle 16) $545,359
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Cardiovascular Disease

Epigenetic Regulation of Airway MUC gene expression by smoke 2007 (Cycle 16) $419,528
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Modulating TLR9 Activation for Lung Cancer Therapy 2007 (Cycle 16) $100,481
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Cancer

Nicotinic Manipulation of the Hippocampus 2007 (Cycle 16) $420,000
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Hypnosis for Smoking Relapse Prevention 2007 (Cycle 16) $506,230
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Toxic and irritant pollutants from aged secondhand smoke 2007 (Cycle 16) $715,914
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

2006 (Cycle 15)
Use of Existing Data to Develop Tobacco Control Strategies 2006 (Cycle 15) $418,699
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Sex differences in nicotine effects on inflammation 2006 (Cycle 15) $410,570
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Cotinine Metabolism in Infants and Children 2006 (Cycle 15) $509,473
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Neurobiological substrates of nicotine addiction 2006 (Cycle 15) $419,503
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Oxidative stress and skeletal muscle dysfunction in COPD 2006 (Cycle 15) $569,914
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Genes affecting nicotine response in C. elegans 2006 (Cycle 15) $100,000
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Immune Targeted Therapy for Lung Cancer 2006 (Cycle 15) $419,500
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Activation and detoxification of lung cancer carcinogens 2006 (Cycle 15) $420,000
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Unraveling lung cancer signaling pathways 2006 (Cycle 15) $780,780
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Effect of Maternal Smoking on Early Human Development 2006 (Cycle 15) $489,025
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Clinical Pharmacology of Tobacco Alkaloids 2006 (Cycle 15) $508,848
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Smoking Policies and Secondhand Smoke in Rental Cars 2006 (Cycle 15) $609,852
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

NF-kB mediated inflammation in tobacco-induced lung cancer 2006 (Cycle 15) $420,000
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Pharmacogenetics of Smoking Cessation 2006 (Cycle 15) $653,384
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Culture and Tobacco Among American Indian Adolescents 2006 (Cycle 15) $824,825
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Nicotine-dependent recruitment of vascular progenitor cells 2006 (Cycle 15) $799,907
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cardiovascular Disease

Reaching and Treating LGBT Smokers: The Internet and NRT 2006 (Cycle 15) $509,201
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Sociocultural Determinants of Menthol Smoking Among Blacks 2006 (Cycle 15) $746,567
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science Epidemiology

Mechanisms of targeted therapy resistance in lung cancer 2006 (Cycle 15) $358,500
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Simple Exposure Indicators for Secondhand Tobacco Smoke 2006 (Cycle 15) $280,684
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

2005 (Cycle 14)
Mild carbon monoxide exposure impairs the inner ear 2005 (Cycle 14) $397,297
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

Use of entertainment education on TV to deter youth smoking 2005 (Cycle 14) $509,320
University of California, Irvine Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effect of smoke and gender on bronchiolar injury and repair 2005 (Cycle 14) $418,207
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Neuronal oxidative stress from mild carbon monoxide exposure 2005 (Cycle 14) $417,403
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

A novel approach to prevent in utero nicotine lung injury 2005 (Cycle 14) $597,916
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center General Biomedical Science

Diabetes & tobacco exposure in So CA American Indians 2005 (Cycle 14) $468,020
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Improved chemoradiotherapy of lung cancer 2005 (Cycle 14) $659,033
California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Cancer

Conformationally constrained nicotine vaccines 2005 (Cycle 14) $778,921
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

SHS Exacerbates cerebral ischemia: endothelial mechanisms 2005 (Cycle 14) $654,849
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Human oocyte development and PAH exposure 2005 (Cycle 14) $158,034
Stanford University General Biomedical Science

A stage-based scheduled smoking intervention for Chinese 2005 (Cycle 14) $554,500
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Role of Pneumocystis in COPD Progression 2005 (Cycle 14) $512,737
University of Southern California Pulmonary Disease

Relationship of perceived risks and benefits to teen smoking 2005 (Cycle 14) $532,037
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

cGMP regulation of vascular smooth muscle differentiation 2005 (Cycle 14) $403,818
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Heparan sulfate small molecules for contro tumor cell growth 2005 (Cycle 14) $626,807
California Institute of Technology General Biomedical Science

Regulations of phase II genes by oxidation products 2005 (Cycle 14) $419,057
University of California, Merced General Biomedical Science

Nicotine & behavioral regulation in adult ADHD 2005 (Cycle 14) $495,079
University of California, Irvine Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Context & consequenes of smoking in a blue-collar cohort 2005 (Cycle 14) $426,555
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Epidemiology

Role of protein phosphatase 2A in lung cancer 2005 (Cycle 14) $384,497
University of California, San Diego Cancer

ETS Effects on Lung Surfactant 2005 (Cycle 14) $418,874
University of California, Santa Barbara General Biomedical Science

Human oocyte development and PAH exposure 2005 (Cycle 14) $260,944
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Effects of Outlet/Ad Density on Teen Smking and Brand Choice 2005 (Cycle 14) $410,979
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

2004 (Cycle 13)
Vitamin A derivatives as antagonists of nicotine effects 2004 (Cycle 13) $670,085
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

IAP Antagonists for lung cancer treatment 2004 (Cycle 13) $727,658
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Lifetime passive smoke exposure and breast cancer in the CTS 2004 (Cycle 13) $122,659
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

Effects of tobacco-induced gamete damage on embryogenesis 2004 (Cycle 13) $607,787
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Internet health research center: smoking, Latinos, & the Web 2004 (Cycle 13) $535,096
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Corporate strategies: design, conduct, publication of resrch 2004 (Cycle 13) $407,567
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco exposure in pregnant women in minority populations 2004 (Cycle 13) $469,727
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Lifetime passive smoke exposure and breast cancer in the CTS 2004 (Cycle 13) $285,300
Cancer Prevention Institute of California Epidemiology

Oral clefts, smoking & variation of toxin biotransformation 2004 (Cycle 13) $623,472
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute General Biomedical Science

COX-2 regulation of vaccination responses in lung cancer 2004 (Cycle 13) $379,362
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Fertility smoking and early mammalian development 2004 (Cycle 13) $392,451
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Nonsmokers helping smokers and the role of culture 2004 (Cycle 13) $476,656
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Environmental contexts of smoking for Southeast Asians 2004 (Cycle 13) $726,834
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Epidemiology

Ethnicity and school-level effect on CA student tobacco use 2004 (Cycle 13) $420,713
University of California, Los Angeles Epidemiology

Effects of pro and anti-smoking cues in stores on craving 2004 (Cycle 13) $373,894
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Women and smoking: from adolescence to young adulthood 2004 (Cycle 13) $737,742
RAND Corporation Epidemiology

Supply & demand for tobacco dependence coverage 2004 (Cycle 13) $89,145
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

How do nic and cig smoke affect neural control of breathing? 2004 (Cycle 13) $392,620
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco use and atherosclerosis protection by paraoxonase 2004 (Cycle 13) $729,234
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Preserving at-risk tobacco control policy resources 2004 (Cycle 13) $392,344
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

The role of PARC in pulmonary inflammation 2004 (Cycle 13) $812,863
La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Pulmonary Disease

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender tobacco use 2004 (Cycle 13) $302,119
Kaiser Foundation Research Institute Epidemiology

SHS enhances cough via plasticity of brainstem neurons 2004 (Cycle 13) $387,150
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Expos children to secondhand smoke through cntaminated homes 2004 (Cycle 13) $754,504
San Diego State University Research Foundation Epidemiology

Effectiveness of a large prenatal tobacco reduction program 2004 (Cycle 13) $425,181
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Effects of tobacco-induced gamete damage on embryogenesis 2004 (Cycle 13) $158,853
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Disproportionate cost of smoking for communities of color 2004 (Cycle 13) $278,980
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

2003 (Cycle 12)
Effect of maternal smoking on early human development 2003 (Cycle 12) $505,975
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Controlled study of withdrawal symptoms in teen smokers 2003 (Cycle 12) $499,890
Stanford University Nicotine Dependence

Use of existing data to dvlp new tobacco control strategies 2003 (Cycle 12) $419,888
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Bupropion for hospital-based smoking cessation 2003 (Cycle 12) $478,065
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Correlates of cigarette craving in acute nicotine withdrawal 2003 (Cycle 12) $517,818
Brentwood Biomedical Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Novel Office-Based Device for Imaging Vocal Cord Cancer 2003 (Cycle 12) $510,000
University of California, Irvine Cancer

Neurobiological substrates of nicotine addiction 2003 (Cycle 12) $723,613
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco smoke and airway remodeling in asthma 2003 (Cycle 12) $418,951
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Novel DNA vaccines for the treatment of lung cancer 2003 (Cycle 12) $783,900
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Nicotine self-administration in an animal model 2003 (Cycle 12) $660,156
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Smoking prevention for Asian-American college students 2003 (Cycle 12) $679,368
Veterans Medical Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Tobacco use among American Indian adolescents in California 2003 (Cycle 12) $368,975
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Protective function of VEGF on the development of emphysema 2003 (Cycle 12) $420,000
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Does tobacco exposure delay conception? 2003 (Cycle 12) $447,845
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Smoking, insulin resistance, and endothelial dysfunction 2003 (Cycle 12) $814,989
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Chemotherapeutic inhibition of polysialic acid biosynthesis 2003 (Cycle 12) $420,781
University of California, Davis Cancer

Passive smoking, inflammatory markers and childhood asthma 2003 (Cycle 12) $508,299
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

California AB13 compliance and ethnicity in urban bars 2003 (Cycle 12) $769,266
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Hyperactive nicotine receptors 2003 (Cycle 12) $675,487
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Smoking cessation and medical care use/costs in a large HMO 2003 (Cycle 12) $337,964
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

LDL pathophysiology and lipoprotein structure 2003 (Cycle 12) $527,245
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Birth defects, smoking and host susceptibility 2003 (Cycle 12) $466,200
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Epidemiology

Geography of underage tobacco retail sales in Los Angeles 2003 (Cycle 12) $622,260
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Integrins and drug resistance in small cell lung cancer 2003 (Cycle 12) $780,144
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Correlates of cigarette craving in acute nicotine withdrawal 2003 (Cycle 12) $17,000
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

2002 (Cycle 11)
Inflammation, innate immunity, TLRs, and atherosclerosis 2002 (Cycle 11) $697,650
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

The geography of tobacco related disease in California 2002 (Cycle 11) $374,786
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Epidemiology

Tobacco Alteration of TGF Beta3 Control of Palatogenesis 2002 (Cycle 11) $680,175
University of Southern California General Biomedical Science

Tobacco industry responses to industry-focused campaigns 2002 (Cycle 11) $77,806
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Molecular predictors of oral cancer development 2002 (Cycle 11) $419,000
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Tobacco prevention/cessation at continuation schools 2002 (Cycle 11) $848,679
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Tobacco use & policies: San Diego Mexican American residents 2002 (Cycle 11) $786,750
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Immunopharmacotherapy as a treatment for nicotine addiction 2002 (Cycle 11) $515,270
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

p53 and p14ARF: Multiple pathways of lung cancer suppression 2002 (Cycle 11) $821,050
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Cancer

Simple exposure indicators for ETS particles 2002 (Cycle 11) $749,647
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Effect of smoke and gender on bronchiolar injury and repair 2002 (Cycle 11) $413,288
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Modeling cost/effectiveness of tobacco control programs 2002 (Cycle 11) $129,915
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Vascular targeting of lung tumors 2002 (Cycle 11) $830,563
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Cancer

Internet-enhanced proactive telephone counseling 2002 (Cycle 11) $674,731
Veterans Medical Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Irritant and analgesic effects of nicotine 2002 (Cycle 11) $226,650
University of California, Davis Nicotine Dependence

Role of protein phosphatase 2A in lung cancer 2002 (Cycle 11) $405,795
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Pager-assisted smoking cessation treatment 2002 (Cycle 11) $463,689
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Cardiac ion channels and tobacco-related disease 2002 (Cycle 11) $389,983
University of California, Santa Barbara Cardiovascular Disease

Modeling cost/effectiveness of tobacco control programs 2002 (Cycle 11) $23,238
University of California, Los Angeles Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Brain imaging in nicotine addiction 2002 (Cycle 11) $419,881
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Environmental tobacco smoke effects on lung surfactant 2002 (Cycle 11) $406,444
University of California, Santa Barbara Pulmonary Disease

Novel agents for apoptosis of lung cancer 2002 (Cycle 11) $787,977
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Nicotinic receptors and Parkinson's disease 2002 (Cycle 11) $376,470
The Parkinson's Institute Nicotine Dependence

Nicotine-pathological angiogenesis and genetic determinants 2002 (Cycle 11) $608,420
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking induced dopamine release: buproprion effects 2002 (Cycle 11) $659,060
Brentwood Biomedical Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Prenatal smoke exposure and age at Menarche 2002 (Cycle 11) $129,090
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Nicotine and cardiac vulnerability to fibrillation 2002 (Cycle 11) $641,821
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking and variation of cardiovascular disease genes 2002 (Cycle 11) $635,131
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Epidemiology

Nicotinic receptors, smoking and Parkinson's Disease 2002 (Cycle 11) $765,971
Stanford University Epidemiology

Effect of tobacco-related policy change on smoking behavior 2002 (Cycle 11) $303,504
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

2001 (Cycle 10)
The role of media in smoking initiation & cessation 2001 (Cycle 10) $414,203
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Self-hypnosis for smoking cessation 2001 (Cycle 10) $413,119
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Analysis of a lung tumor supressor gene at 3p21.3 2001 (Cycle 10) $249,438
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer

Spanish/English web site for smoking cessation trials 2001 (Cycle 10) $519,674
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Smoking, microsatellite instability & gastric cancers 2001 (Cycle 10) $729,199
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Smoking-induced oxidant stress & platelet integrin alpha.... 2001 (Cycle 10) $801,893
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cardiovascular Disease

Bispecific molecular therapy of small cell lung cancer 2001 (Cycle 10) $434,805
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Persistent smoking in bars: an ethnographic analysis 2001 (Cycle 10) $482,317
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Novel regulatory mechanisms for lung cancer growth 2001 (Cycle 10) $620,032
Veterans Medical Research Foundation Cancer

Patterns of tobacco use from adolescence to young adulthood 2001 (Cycle 10) $431,132
RAND Corporation Epidemiology

Neurobehavioral consequences of adolescent nicotine exposure 2001 (Cycle 10) $630,710
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

ApoE isoforms, fatty acid metabolism and atherosclerosis 2001 (Cycle 10) $691,616
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Chemokine-based therapy for lung cancer 2001 (Cycle 10) $416,940
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Smoking prevention for Asian-American college students 2001 (Cycle 10) $588,595
Veterans Medical Research Foundation Epidemiology

Transdermal nicotine for smokers with schizophrenia 2001 (Cycle 10) $640,429
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Anabolic therapies for muscle dysfunction in women with COPD 2001 (Cycle 10) $632,153
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco smoke, inflammation & atherosclerosis 2001 (Cycle 10) $754,932
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Effect of tobacco smoke on leucocyte adhesion in vivo 2001 (Cycle 10) $1,023,946
La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Pulmonary Disease

Molecular neurobiology of nicotine addiction 2001 (Cycle 10) $263,298
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Mechanisms underlying modulations of respiration by nicotine 2001 (Cycle 10) $330,458
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Mechanism of smoke-induced MUC5B gene expression 2001 (Cycle 10) $392,117
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Effects of nicotine withdrawal on aviator performance 2001 (Cycle 10) $515,243
Stanford University Nicotine Dependence

Environmental tobacco smoke exposure & adult asthma 2001 (Cycle 10) $460,032
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Dysregulation of VSMC signaling induced by nicotine 2001 (Cycle 10) $683,510
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Nicotine withdrawal, smoking & attention: an fMRI study 2001 (Cycle 10) $515,303
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Neurobiological substrates of nicotine addiction 2001 (Cycle 10) $402,852
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Smoking and virulence of periodontal pathogens 2001 (Cycle 10) $289,574
Loma Linda University General Biomedical Science

Two approaches to referral for smoking cessation treatment 2001 (Cycle 10) $496,836
University of California, Los Angeles Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Clinical pharmacology of tobacco alkaloids 2001 (Cycle 10) $373,408
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Analysis of California adolescent tobacco data 2001 (Cycle 10) $475,742
University of California, Los Angeles Epidemiology

Adolescent susceptibility to tobacco: a panel analysis 2001 (Cycle 10) $495,433
University of California, Irvine Epidemiology

Cardiovascular responses through spinal nicotinic receptors 2001 (Cycle 10) $448,941
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Fertility, smoking and early mammalian development 2001 (Cycle 10) $454,490
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Model for surveillance of CA tobacco control policies 2001 (Cycle 10) $325,761
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Smoking and the pathogenesis of macular degeneration 2001 (Cycle 10) $316,038
University of California, Santa Barbara General Biomedical Science

2000 (Cycle 9)
Chronic bronchitis: pathology of mucin gene expression 2000 (Cycle 9) $329,481
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Effects of prenatal nicotine exposure on nicotinic receptors 2000 (Cycle 9) $471,654
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Stress and the use of nicotine 2000 (Cycle 9) $897,484
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Nicotine Dependence

Role of integrins in cardiac innervation and function 2000 (Cycle 9) $293,277
University of California, Santa Barbara Cardiovascular Disease

Human neurophysiology of nicotine analgesia: sex differences 2000 (Cycle 9) $595,994
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Behavioral effects of neonatal nicotine exposure 2000 (Cycle 9) $624,780
San Diego State University Research Foundation Nicotine Dependence

Proposition 99 Archives 2000 (Cycle 9) $100,000
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotine & cardiac vulnerability to fibrillation 2000 (Cycle 9) $120,000
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Cardiovascular Disease

A dynamic model of smoking and healthcare expenditures in CA 2000 (Cycle 9) $595,843
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Neurobehavioral consequences of adolescent nicotine exposure 2000 (Cycle 9) $120,000
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Determinants of smoking among gay & lesbian youth 2000 (Cycle 9) $509,771
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Analysis of tobacco industry documents on scientific researc 2000 (Cycle 9) $442,646
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

RCT of tobacco dependence treatment benefits in an HMO & PPO 2000 (Cycle 9) $582,472
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Studies of novel antitumor agents for lung carcinoma 2000 (Cycle 9) $833,491
University of California, San Diego Cancer

ETS effects on breathing patterns 2000 (Cycle 9) $590,780
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Recruitment of leucocytes to atherosclerotic lesions in vivo 2000 (Cycle 9) $175,102
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Implementation of tobacco programs in Calif schools 2000 (Cycle 9) $765,192
University of Southern California Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotine effects on renal function in experimental diabetes 2000 (Cycle 9) $98,313
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Molecular origins of ApoB atherogenic lipoproteins 2000 (Cycle 9) $445,617
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Nicotine in the Brain 2000 (Cycle 9) $518,966
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Cytokine gene-modified dendritic cells for lung cancer 2000 (Cycle 9) $590,523
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Effect of maternal smoking on human placental development 2000 (Cycle 9) $515,124
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Smoking, estrogen metabolites & cognitive function 2000 (Cycle 9) $193,049
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

The role of media in smoking initiation & cessation 2000 (Cycle 9) $98,395
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotinic and Schizophrenia 2000 (Cycle 9) $87,719
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Human tryptase gene expression: role in COPD 2000 (Cycle 9) $545,409
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco use & acculturation: CA residents of Korean descent 2000 (Cycle 9) $825,701
San Diego State University Research Foundation Epidemiology

Predicting progress toward cessation in California smokers 2000 (Cycle 9) $99,954
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Mobilized dendritic cells for lung cancer 2000 (Cycle 9) $950,821
Stanford University Cancer

Novel DNA vaccines for the treatment of lung cancer 2000 (Cycle 9) $1,063,300
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Macrophage function in atherosclerosis 2000 (Cycle 9) $709,200
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Post-isoprenylation processing steps as anticancer targets 2000 (Cycle 9) $1,017,450
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cancer

Tobacco exposure & subclinical atherosclerosis in NIDDM 2000 (Cycle 9) $321,363
University of Southern California Epidemiology

DNA replication, regulation of the cell cycle, and cancer 2000 (Cycle 9) $571,742
California Institute of Technology General Biomedical Science

Chronic bronchitis: pathology of mucin gene expression 2000 (Cycle 9) $147,758
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Telephone counseling for smokers using pharmacotherapy 2000 (Cycle 9) $774,971
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Experimental evaluation of minors' access to tobacco 2000 (Cycle 9) $655,347
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Lung volume reduction surgery in an animal emphysema model 2000 (Cycle 9) $456,336
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Comprehensive evaluation of the ischemic leg 2000 (Cycle 9) $672,390
Stanford University General Biomedical Science

Proteins involved in nicotine receptor clustering 2000 (Cycle 9) $307,246
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

CT imaging to assist diagnosis of solitary pulmonary nodules 2000 (Cycle 9) $59,002
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Mechanism of nicotine action in developing lung 2000 (Cycle 9) $720,281
University of Southern California Pulmonary Disease

Novel regulatory mechanisms for lung cancer growth 2000 (Cycle 9) $100,000
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Improved therapy of lung cancer 2000 (Cycle 9) $668,814
California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Cancer

Use of existing data to develop new tobacco control strategi 2000 (Cycle 9) $402,610
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotine regulates cardiac toxicity with lipopolysaccharide 2000 (Cycle 9) $100,000
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Novel nicotine cessation therapeutics 2000 (Cycle 9) $802,840
Human BioMolecular Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Pathophysiology of abnormal remnant metabolism in smokers 2000 (Cycle 9) $783,345
Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Role of Smad protein in growth inhibition of tumor cells 2000 (Cycle 9) $474,492
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Cancer

Hyperactive nicotine receptors 2000 (Cycle 9) $1,138,225
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Tests of the tobacco industry's youth smoking prevention ads 2000 (Cycle 9) $343,044
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco industry targeting of African Americans 2000 (Cycle 9) $99,680
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Dissuading at-risk youth from smoking via mass media 2000 (Cycle 9) $610,340
University of California, Irvine Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Smoking & the pathogenesis of macular degeneration 2000 (Cycle 9) $99,500
University of California, Santa Barbara General Biomedical Science

Analysis of a candidate lung tumor suppressor gene at 3p21.3 2000 (Cycle 9) $111,910
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer

1999 (Cycle 8)
Effects of passive smoking and pregnancy 1999 (Cycle 8) $565,186
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Cancer

Tobacco oxidants and the ceramide path in lung cell death 1999 (Cycle 8) $427,613
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco Control Digital Library 1999 (Cycle 8) $514,796
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Smoking during pregnancy: chromosome damage in newborns 1999 (Cycle 8) $1,662,871
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Epidemiology

African Americans and Mentholated Cigarettes 1999 (Cycle 8) $417,968
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science Nicotine Dependence

Apolipoprotein E: remnant metabolism and atherogenesis 1999 (Cycle 8) $793,474
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Nicotine May Affect Inflammation 1999 (Cycle 8) $435,425
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Ethnic difference in cigarette smoking dynamics among youth 1999 (Cycle 8) $366,852
University of Southern California Epidemiology

A longitudinal study of smoking transitions in youth 1999 (Cycle 8) $577,574
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Environmental tobacco smoke effects on lung surfactant 1999 (Cycle 8) $423,216
University of California, Santa Barbara Pulmonary Disease

Effectiveness of two different regimens in smoking clinic 1999 (Cycle 8) $272,989
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Evaluation of office ETS exposure in relation to AB13 1999 (Cycle 8) $208,554
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Parkinson's Disease: A Protective Effect of Smoking? 1999 (Cycle 8) $512,849
Stanford University Epidemiology

Telephone Counseling for Pregnant Smokers 1999 (Cycle 8) $828,931
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Role of protein phosphatase 2A in lung cancer 1999 (Cycle 8) $307,522
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Nicotine effects on neurological development 1999 (Cycle 8) $189,233
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Smoking Control Policies in California Health Plans 1999 (Cycle 8) $80,542
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effect of tobacco related policy change on smoking behavior 1999 (Cycle 8) $261,672
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Evaluation of office ETS exposure in relation to AB 13 1999 (Cycle 8) $242,063
Public Health Institute Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Role of nicotine in neuro protection 1999 (Cycle 8) $722,263
The Parkinson's Institute Nicotine Dependence

Supplement to tobacco disease in twins 1999 (Cycle 8) $432,989
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Dissemination of a smoking cessation program for in patients 1999 (Cycle 8) $710,621
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Vascular targeting of lung tumors 1999 (Cycle 8) $899,686
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Cancer

Explaining racial differences in smoking 1999 (Cycle 8) $151,430
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Neurotoxic effects of nicotine: anatomy, mechanisms, effects 1999 (Cycle 8) $183,424
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Economic Analysis of Smoking Cessation Therapies 1999 (Cycle 8) $270,206
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Smoking, breast cancer and tobacco metabolizing genes 1999 (Cycle 8) $120,000
Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles Epidemiology

Detection of occult metastases in patients with lung cancer 1999 (Cycle 8) $723,842
University of Southern California Cancer

Novel strategy for protecting neurons from injury in stroke 1999 (Cycle 8) $742,809
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Neurotransmitter systems and tobacco smoking 1999 (Cycle 8) $430,910
University of California, Los Angeles Nicotine Dependence

Ascertainment of environmental tobacco exposure in pregnancy 1999 (Cycle 8) $2,053,747
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Explaining racial differences in smoking 1999 (Cycle 8) $149,280
Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

1998 (Cycle 7)
Family factors in smoking acquisition among Latino youth 1998 (Cycle 7) $865,636
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Vapor-phase organics in ETS: dynamics and exposure 1998 (Cycle 7) $722,775
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

ETS Effects on airway development in the primate lung 1998 (Cycle 7) $483,652
University of California, Davis General Biomedical Science

Studies of novel antitumor agents for lung cancers 1998 (Cycle 7) $306,000
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Role of thioredoxin in ETS-induced pulmonary airway injury 1998 (Cycle 7) $425,665
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Oxidative damage to sperm DNA: smoking and diet interaction 1998 (Cycle 7) $132,367
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute General Biomedical Science

Determining how cholesterol-rich Lp(a) causes heart disease 1998 (Cycle 7) $797,092
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Developing new vaccines for lung cancer 1998 (Cycle 7) $398,511
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Oxidative damage to sperm DNA: smoking and diet interaction 1998 (Cycle 7) $155,135
University of California, Berkeley General Biomedical Science

Maternal DNA repair of tobacco-induced sperm lesions 1998 (Cycle 7) $1,046,880
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Smoking and lifestyle risk factors for premenstrual changes 1998 (Cycle 7) $297,783
University of California, Davis Epidemiology

Hormone replacement therapy, smoking & lipoprotein oxidation 1998 (Cycle 7) $245,584
La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Cardiovascular Disease

Effect of tobacco smoke on lung airway surface liquid 1998 (Cycle 7) $115,658
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Pulmonary Disease

Behavioral epidemiology of tobacco use among gay men 1998 (Cycle 7) $626,433
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Lipoprotein classes and susceptibility to atherosclerosis 1998 (Cycle 7) $702,940
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Vitamin E kinetics in smokers 1998 (Cycle 7) $332,110
University of California, Davis General Biomedical Science

An athletic trainer mediated spit tobacco cessation program 1998 (Cycle 7) $490,546
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Natural history of tobacco addiction in adolescents 1998 (Cycle 7) $499,505
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Inflammatory compounds:role in tobacco-related lung disease 1998 (Cycle 7) $447,367
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Therapy for muscle dysfunction in COPD: cellular adaptations 1998 (Cycle 7) $502,904
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

ETS exposures in the California Teachers Study cohort 1998 (Cycle 7) $449,677
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

Towards gene therapy for tobacco-related vascular disease 1998 (Cycle 7) $719,328
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Carbon monoxide and the brain growth spurt 1998 (Cycle 7) $464,268
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

Nitrogen Oxides and cigarette smoke-induced injury 1998 (Cycle 7) $304,118
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Effects of environmental tobacco smoke on the artery wall 1998 (Cycle 7) $449,673
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Clinical pharmacology of tobacco alkaloids 1998 (Cycle 7) $439,882
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Mechanisms by which tobacco accelerates atherosclerosis 1998 (Cycle 7) $675,731
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Will ApoE cause regression of atherosclerotic lesions? 1998 (Cycle 7) $165,299
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Suppressor genes of lung cancer 1998 (Cycle 7) $859,254
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Reducing provision of tobacco to minors from social sources 1998 (Cycle 7) $639,838
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Spanish/English web site for smoking cessation trials 1998 (Cycle 7) $450,400
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Smoke-free bars: analysis of the response from Long Beach 1998 (Cycle 7) $552,978
California State University, Long Beach Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effects of Selegiline on craving for nicotine 1998 (Cycle 7) $100,450
Stanford University Nicotine Dependence

Effects of nicotine on postinfarction cardiac remodeling 1998 (Cycle 7) $459,799
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking treatment for substance abusing adolescents 1998 (Cycle 7) $431,607
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Role of nicotine/nicotinic receptors in Parkinson's disease 1998 (Cycle 7) $644,770
The Parkinson's Institute Nicotine Dependence

Antioxidants, cigarette smoking and atherosclerosis 1998 (Cycle 7) $730,640
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Tobacco use and cessation among drug users 1998 (Cycle 7) $249,392
University of California, Los Angeles Epidemiology

Mechanism of stress effects on weight in nicotine withdrawal 1998 (Cycle 7) $407,019
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Hormone replacement therapy, smoking & lipoprotein oxidation 1998 (Cycle 7) $385,808
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of tobacco smoke exposure on hormones and fertility 1998 (Cycle 7) $115,335
Sequoia Foundation Epidemiology

Neurobiological substrates of nicotine addiction 1998 (Cycle 7) $742,393
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

Transport and disposition of nicotine in the human placenta 1998 (Cycle 7) $333,108
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

How does smoke activate mucin transcription in lung cells? 1998 (Cycle 7) $432,415
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Programmed cell death in cigarette-induced lung disease 1998 (Cycle 7) $371,556
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Implementation of California AB 13: smoking ban in bars 1998 (Cycle 7) $315,181
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Keep me smokefree 1998 (Cycle 7) $550,002
Education Training and Research Associates, Inc. Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Effects of environmental tobacco smoke on pulmonary allergy 1998 (Cycle 7) $282,568
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

The effect of tobacco smoke on immune function in twins 1998 (Cycle 7) $822,641
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Role of passive smoke on sperm, ICSI and IVF 1998 (Cycle 7) $628,862
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Bupropion for smoking cessation 1998 (Cycle 7) $471,154
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Mechanisms underlying diaphragm adaptations in emphysema 1998 (Cycle 7) $642,624
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Genetic susceptibility to tobacco-induced lung cancer 1998 (Cycle 7) $406,120
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Effect of tobacco smoke on leukocyte adhesion in vivo 1998 (Cycle 7) $754,361
La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Pulmonary Disease

1997 (Cycle 6)
Smokeless tobacco cessation among lumber mill employees 1997 (Cycle 6) $620,213
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Transdermal nicotine replacement for hospitalized smokers 1997 (Cycle 6) $451,969
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Effect of maternal smoking on human placental development 1997 (Cycle 6) $450,000
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Developing policy to reverse cigar trend: roles of media 1997 (Cycle 6) $249,785
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotine toxicity acting on cardiac neurons 1997 (Cycle 6) $446,920
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Therapies of muscle dysfunction in obstructive lung disease 1997 (Cycle 6) $659,714
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Spanish tobacco-related disease self-management: evaluation 1997 (Cycle 6) $693,751
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Brain adaptations to chronic nicotine expsoure 1997 (Cycle 6) $402,111
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Lung volume reduction surgery in an emphysema model 1997 (Cycle 6) $404,139
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Irritant and pain-reducing effects of nicotine 1997 (Cycle 6) $415,704
University of California, Davis Nicotine Dependence

Cardiovascular responses to nicotine 1997 (Cycle 6) $430,843
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Environmental tobacco smoke and newborn lung development 1997 (Cycle 6) $440,500
University of California, Davis General Biomedical Science

Fertility, smoking and early mammalian development 1997 (Cycle 6) $452,243
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Quantification of lung doses from inhaled tobacco smoke 1997 (Cycle 6) $425,728
University of California, Irvine General Biomedical Science

Improving tobacco use assessment among youth via telephone 1997 (Cycle 6) $347,440
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Recruitment of leukocytes to atherosclerotic lesions in vivo 1997 (Cycle 6) $352,405
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

School tobacco program and policy trial 1997 (Cycle 6) $1,162,877
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Novel therapy for pancreatic cancer 1997 (Cycle 6) $452,332
University of California, Irvine Cancer

The role of multiple genes in susceptibility to smoking 1997 (Cycle 6) $557,829
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Epidemiology

Case studies of indoor air regulations: role of research 1997 (Cycle 6) $292,210
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Anti-Tobacco Programming: Reaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1997 (Cycle 6) $446,947
University of California, Los Angeles Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

How does cigarette smoke induce cancer? 1997 (Cycle 6) $811,518
Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer

The role of nicotine receptors in nicotine dependence 1997 (Cycle 6) $381,317
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Smoking predictors in Mexican American youth 1997 (Cycle 6) $534,603
University of San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Aggression and Nicotine 1997 (Cycle 6) $230,826
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco-related cancer prevention by Vitamin A derivatives 1997 (Cycle 6) $149,947
Molecular Medicine Research Institute Cancer

Preventing tobacco smoke diseases by network antioxidants 1997 (Cycle 6) $388,714
University of California, Berkeley General Biomedical Science

Secondhand smoke promotes chemical toxicity in fetal lung 1997 (Cycle 6) $190,536
University of California, Davis General Biomedical Science

Evaluation of ad strategies for preventing youth tobacco use 1997 (Cycle 6) $136,953
University of California, Irvine Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotonic receptors: role in addiction and reproduction 1997 (Cycle 6) $437,480
Salk Institute for Biological Studies Nicotine Dependence

Pediatrician training to prevent children's tobacco exposure 1997 (Cycle 6) $133,852
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Quantification of population exposure to secondhand smoke 1997 (Cycle 6) $686,858
Stanford University Epidemiology

Motivation-enhanced teenage tobacco use cessation 1997 (Cycle 6) $750,248
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

The role of media in smoking initiation and cessation 1997 (Cycle 6) $433,880
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Development of a blood test for pancreatic cancer 1997 (Cycle 6) $308,819
Stanford University Cancer

ETS effects on pulmonary breathing patterns 1997 (Cycle 6) $446,954
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Hyperactive nicotine receptors 1997 (Cycle 6) $486,158
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Oral clefts, smoking & variation toxin biotransformation 1997 (Cycle 6) $677,128
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Epidemiology

Nicotine pharmacogenetics: influence of ethnicity 1997 (Cycle 6) $242,344
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Nicotine Dependence

Reducing minors' access to tobacco: project CHALK 1997 (Cycle 6) $398,114
Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Serum cotinine levels and reproductive outcomes 1997 (Cycle 6) $452,159
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

Diaphragm adaptations following treatment for emphysema 1997 (Cycle 6) $469,400
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco-related cancer prevention by Vitamin A derivatives 1997 (Cycle 6) $274,488
SRI International Cancer

Cigarette smoke alters lipoprotein & artery wall interaction 1997 (Cycle 6) $472,876
University of California, Los Angeles Cardiovascular Disease

Indoor measurements of environmental tobacco smoke 1997 (Cycle 6) $634,217
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Developing treatments that lower blood cholesterol levels 1997 (Cycle 6) $746,536
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Brachial Vasoreactivity in Young Adult Smokers 1997 (Cycle 6) $332,294
Osteoporosis Medical Center Epidemiology

Smoking initiation among Chinese and Vietnames adolescents 1997 (Cycle 6) $449,734
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Gene therapy for emphysema 1997 (Cycle 6) $443,179
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Does nicotine inhibit anticancer activities of Vitamin A? 1997 (Cycle 6) $788,808
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Patterns of tobacco use from adolescence to young adulthood 1997 (Cycle 6) $565,277
RAND Corporation Epidemiology

Cigar smoking among young adults: formative research 1997 (Cycle 6) $292,920
California State University, Long Beach Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Nicotine and cardiac vulnerability to fibrillation 1997 (Cycle 6) $370,057
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Cardiovascular Disease

Tobacco-related disease in native California twins 1997 (Cycle 6) $889,746
University of Southern California Epidemiology

NRT and paroxetine for smoking cessation 1997 (Cycle 6) $646,916
Stanford University Nicotine Dependence

Nicotine pharmacogenetics: influence of ethnicity 1997 (Cycle 6) $366,244
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Nicotine Dependence

Novel imaging methods for diagnosing tobacco related cancers 1997 (Cycle 6) $629,087
Stanford University Cancer

Environmental tobacco smoke and early atherosclerosis 1997 (Cycle 6) $383,814
University of Southern California Epidemiology

1995 (Cycle 4)
Vasoactive Mediators of Fetal Growth Retardation 1995 (Cycle 4) $615,296
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Epidemiology

SAR Studies of Novel antitumor Agents for Lung Carcinomas 1995 (Cycle 4) $403,338
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Reduction of Passive Smoking in Asthmatic Children 1995 (Cycle 4) $282,971
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Proteins that Remove Atherogeneic Lipoproteins from Blood 1995 (Cycle 4) $678,254
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Transcriptional Regulation of Programmed Cell Dealth 1995 (Cycle 4) $304,418
University of California, Berkeley Cancer

Smoking, Nicotine, Sleep & Mood in Normals & Depression 1995 (Cycle 4) $207,434
University of California, San Diego Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Cardiac Arrythmias Before and After Smoking Cessation 1995 (Cycle 4) $93,780
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Control of Mucociliary Clearance in the Respiratory Tract 1995 (Cycle 4) $276,780
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Smoking Cessation in Vietnamese: A Controlled Trial 1995 (Cycle 4) $429,006
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Identification on Tumors of Molecular Targets for NK Cells 1995 (Cycle 4) $314,006
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Smoking, Personality and the Risk of Parkinson's Disease 1995 (Cycle 4) $297,245
Kaiser Foundation Research Institute Epidemiology

-Heterologous Expression of Brain Nicotinic Acetylcholine Re 1995 (Cycle 4) $598,774
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

A Smokeless Tobacco Cessation Program: High School Athletes 1995 (Cycle 4) $533,923
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Interactions of Moesin during platelet activation 1995 (Cycle 4) $428,524
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Tumor-Specific Vascular Proteins in Lung Cancer 1995 (Cycle 4) $105,294
University of California, San Diego Cancer

The Dopamine D2 Receptor in Nicotine Addiction 1995 (Cycle 4) $304,790
City of Hope National Medical Center General Biomedical Science

Effect of Tobacco on Rat Lung Alveolar Lining Liquid 1995 (Cycle 4) $643,213
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Pulmonary Disease

Electrophysiological Effects of Perinatal Nicotine Exposure 1995 (Cycle 4) $293,752
San Diego State University Research Foundation General Biomedical Science

Membrane Signaling Pathways of RAS/RAB Proteins 1995 (Cycle 4) $574,559
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Developmental Relationship between NK and T-Cell Lineages 1995 (Cycle 4) $434,126
California Institute of Technology Cancer

Effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke on Pulmonary Allergy 1995 (Cycle 4) $256,805
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Clinical Pharmacology of Tobacco Alkaloids 1995 (Cycle 4) $393,855
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Detrimental Influence of Nitric Oxide on Vascular Function 1995 (Cycle 4) $8,965
University of California, Los Angeles Cardiovascular Disease

Benzo[a]pyrene: Biogenetic Effects on Hepatocytes in Vitro 1995 (Cycle 4) $321,199
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Predicting and Reducing Cigarette Sales to Minors 1995 (Cycle 4) $350,549
Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Roles of Hypoxia, Nicotine, & Camp in Ischemic Heart Failure 1995 (Cycle 4) $746,727
SRI International Cardiovascular Disease

Hemoglobin Conversion to Pro-Oxidants by Cigarette Smoke 1995 (Cycle 4) $454,365
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Cardiovascular Disease

Electrophysiological Effects of Perinatal Nicotine Exposure 1995 (Cycle 4) $446,225
Scripps Research Institute General Biomedical Science

Smoking, Free Radicals, Antioxidants and Disease Prevention 1995 (Cycle 4) $408,853
University of California, Berkeley Pulmonary Disease

Expression of the Human apo-B Gene in Transgenic Mice 1995 (Cycle 4) $569,759
Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

H-Ras Ribozyme Mediated Tumor Suppression of BUX Cells 1995 (Cycle 4) $352,183
City of Hope National Medical Center Cancer

Ad and Movie Imagery and Teen's Perceptions About Smokers 1995 (Cycle 4) $190,616
University of California, Irvine Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

NMR Study of 13C Edatrexate Metabolism 1995 (Cycle 4) $258,990
University of California, Davis Cancer

Passive Smoking and Clara Cell Development in the Lungs 1995 (Cycle 4) $442,317
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

A Methodological Multi-Ethnic Study of Smoking Initiation 1995 (Cycle 4) $260,978
University of California, Los Angeles Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Passive Smoking: Role of Airways Reactivity in Infancy 1995 (Cycle 4) $486,888
University of California, Berkeley Epidemiology

Structure-Function Correlations for Ras p21 and its Mutants 1995 (Cycle 4) $322,049
University of Southern California Cancer

Quality of Tobacco Industry Funded Research 1995 (Cycle 4) $152,885
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Determinants of Susceptibility to Oxidized Lipoproteins 1995 (Cycle 4) $495,384
University of California, Los Angeles Cardiovascular Disease

Predicting and Reducing Cigarette Sales to Minors 1995 (Cycle 4) $358,643
University of Southern California Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Nicotine and Smoking Effects on Neuromuscular Development 1995 (Cycle 4) $412,639
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Calorigenic and Atherogenic Effects of Smoking and Nicotine 1995 (Cycle 4) $357,492
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Suppression of Oncogenic Ras Mutations 1995 (Cycle 4) $348,032
University of California, Berkeley Cancer

Effect of Smoking on Success Rate of In Vitro Fertilization 1995 (Cycle 4) $449,805
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Expression of the Human apo-B Gene in Transgenic Mice 1995 (Cycle 4) $211,090
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Role of Ah Receptor Nuclear Translocator in Carcinogenesis 1995 (Cycle 4) $140,096
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Fertility, Smoking, and Early Mammalian Development 1995 (Cycle 4) $321,193
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Gene Markers for Hypertension 1995 (Cycle 4) $356,151
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Tobacco Smoke on Mucin Production in Rat Airways 1995 (Cycle 4) $356,400
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Function and Regulation of the Retinoblastoma Protein 1995 (Cycle 4) $385,031
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Expressing & Cloning of ATP-Sensitive Potassium Channels 1995 (Cycle 4) $286,163
University of California, Santa Barbara Cardiovascular Disease

Cellular Defects in Lung caused by Tobacco Smoke 1995 (Cycle 4) $319,013
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Inheritance and Smoking in Urinary Tract & Pancreas Cancer 1995 (Cycle 4) $248,283
University of Southern California Epidemiology

1994 (Cycle 3)
Acetylcholine Receptors in the Developing Nervous System 1994 (Cycle 3) $116,263
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Autocrine Interactions Between Bombesin and its Receptor 1994 (Cycle 3) $316,238
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Mechanisms Underlying Smoking-Induced Oxidation of LDL 1994 (Cycle 3) $264,586
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Response of Respiratory Cancers to Novel Antiofolates 1994 (Cycle 3) $175,926
University of Southern California Cancer

Smoking and Risk of Proximal Vs. Distal Gastric Cancer 1994 (Cycle 3) $835,887
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Fetal Growth Retardation 1994 (Cycle 3) $124,865
University of California, Davis General Biomedical Science

Modeling US Lung Cancer Death Rates 1994 (Cycle 3) $158,756
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Effects of Tobacco Smoke on Proto-Oncogene Activity 1994 (Cycle 3) $382,758
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Periodic Gene Expression in the G1 Phase of the Cell Cycle 1994 (Cycle 3) $498,844
California Institute of Technology Cancer

Cell Adhesion Receptors in Atherogenesis 1994 (Cycle 3) $170,341
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cardiovascular Disease

The Dopamine D2 Receptor in Nicotine Addiction 1994 (Cycle 3) $162,870
City of Hope National Medical Center Nicotine Dependence

Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein (MCP-1) in Atherosclerosis 1994 (Cycle 3) $484,207
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Weight Gain as a Predictor of Smoking Relapse 1994 (Cycle 3) $750,320
SRI International Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Desensitization of Cholinergic Mechanisms & Nicotine Addictn 1994 (Cycle 3) $267,178
University of California, Davis Nicotine Dependence

Oral Clefts, Candidate Genes, & Parental Tobacco Use 1994 (Cycle 3) $253,154
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Epidemiology

Smoking Related Abnormalities of the Lung Surfactant System 1994 (Cycle 3) $438,278
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Role of Nitric Oxide in Smoking-Related Vascular Impotence 1994 (Cycle 3) $531,486
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Cardiovascular Disease

Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Lung Cancer 1994 (Cycle 3) $234,432
University of California, Davis Cancer

Tobacco Prevention for Hard to Reach Youth 1994 (Cycle 3) $224,497
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Effect of Maternal Smoking on Human Placental Development 1994 (Cycle 3) $406,527
University of California, San Francisco General Biomedical Science

Does TGF-b modulate Metastasis of Small Cell Lung Carcinoma 1994 (Cycle 3) $389,719
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Role of Annexins in Neutrophil Degranulation 1994 (Cycle 3) $422,822
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Signal Transduction and Cell Activation 1994 (Cycle 3) $404,312
Salk Institute for Biological Studies Cancer

Functional Synthetic Peptide Mimics of Apolipoprotein E 1994 (Cycle 3) $653,578
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Sites of Chemoattractant Receptor Interaction with G Protein 1994 (Cycle 3) $720,174
Scripps Research Institute Pulmonary Disease

Cell Adhesion Receptors in Atherogenesis 1994 (Cycle 3) $391,252
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Correlates of Smoking in Teen, Adult & Pregnant Women in CA 1994 (Cycle 3) $136,082
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Radioimmunotherapy & Hypoxic Cytotoxin in Squamous Cancer 1994 (Cycle 3) $157,321
SRI International Cancer

Integrin Cytoplasmic Domains and Ligand Affinity Modulation 1994 (Cycle 3) $522,649
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Tobacco Smoking & Genetic Alterations in Bladder Epithelium 1994 (Cycle 3) $282,853
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Pathogenesis of Smoke-Induced Injury in Airway Epithelium 1994 (Cycle 3) $431,266
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Regulation of Natural Killer Cell Activity by Theophylline 1994 (Cycle 3) $172,231
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Sidestream Tobacco Smoke Dispersion and Inhalability 1994 (Cycle 3) $265,856
University of California, Irvine General Biomedical Science

Role of Protein Phosphatase 2A in Lung Carcinoma 1994 (Cycle 3) $342,144
University of California, San Diego Cancer

D2 Dopamine Receptor Alleles in Smokers & Nonsmokers 1994 (Cycle 3) $356,559
University of California, Los Angeles Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Hormones and Tobacco: Joint Effects on Reproduction 1994 (Cycle 3) $263,611
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

Role of aV Integrins in Malignancy of Tobacco/Induced Tumors 1994 (Cycle 3) $485,909
Scripps Research Institute Cancer

Smoking and HDL Cholesterol in Minority Youth 1994 (Cycle 3) $669,343
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Na/H Exchange in Hypoxic/Ischemic Myocardium: Effects on Ca 1994 (Cycle 3) $243,322
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking and Arterial Flux of Low Density Lipoprotein 1994 (Cycle 3) $274,674
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Nicotine on Weight 1994 (Cycle 3) $136,752
Stanford University General Biomedical Science

The Character, Costs, and Impacts of Public Smoking Programs 1994 (Cycle 3) $137,264
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Role of the Acetyl LDL Receptor in Atherogenesis 1994 (Cycle 3) $121,187
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

T-Cell Stimulating Antigen Genes in Tumor Cells 1994 (Cycle 3) $362,814
University of California, Berkeley Cancer

Diagnosis and Treatment of MTAse-Deficient Lung Cancers 1994 (Cycle 3) $370,631
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Genetic Markers of Lung Cancer Risk Among Blacks & Whites 1994 (Cycle 3) $295,028
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Nicotine & Cocaine Dynamics: Patterns & Consequences 1994 (Cycle 3) $277,738
University of California, Los Angeles Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco Smoke Exposure & Chromosomally Defective Sperm 1994 (Cycle 3) $438,464
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Epidemiology

Defensins and à2-macroglobulin in Lung Inflammation 1994 (Cycle 3) $316,269
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Radioimmunotherapy of Lung Cancer 1994 (Cycle 3) $318,994
University of Southern California Cancer

Smoking Cessation After Surgery/A Randomized Trial 1994 (Cycle 3) $378,222
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Smokeless Tobacco Cessation Among Lumber Mill Employees 1994 (Cycle 3) $159,203
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Cloning & Expression of the Apo-B mRNA Editing Factor 1994 (Cycle 3) $254,743
J. David Gladstone Institutes Cardiovascular Disease

Mechanism of Mitotic Chromosome Condensation 1994 (Cycle 3) $292,842
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Regulation of GP IIb-IIIa by the Platelet Cytoskeleton 1994 (Cycle 3) $537,597
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

1993 (Cycle 2)
Modifiers of susceptibility to smoking for lung cancer 1993 (Cycle 2) $201,856
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Modeling U.S. Lung Cancer Death Rates 1993 (Cycle 2) $127,276
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Tobacco Induced Hypoxia: Molecular Genetic Responses 1993 (Cycle 2) $685,782
University of Southern California Cardiovascular Disease

Determinants of Thrombin Interaction With Its Receptor 1993 (Cycle 2) $264,243
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Advances in Lung Cancer Detection with Digital Techniques 1993 (Cycle 2) $276,730
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Effect of Single-Session Hypnosis on Smoking Cessation 1993 (Cycle 2) $610,950
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Nicotine Addiction: Novel ACh Receptors on Neurons 1993 (Cycle 2) $369,025
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Steroid Influences on Diaphragm Performance in Emphysema 1993 (Cycle 2) $343,914
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Vascular Effects of Nicotine: Effect of Age 1993 (Cycle 2) $331,124
University of California, Irvine Nicotine Dependence

Smoking and Lipoprotein-Based Mechanisms of Atherogenesis 1993 (Cycle 2) $250,645
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Structure-function studies of RAS nucleotide-exchange-factor 1993 (Cycle 2) $593,460
University of Southern California Cancer

Sucellular Localization of CAMP-dependent Protein Kinase 1993 (Cycle 2) $338,472
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Oral Cancer: Adhesive Interactions During Progression 1993 (Cycle 2) $182,765
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Radon Attachment to Cigarette Smoke Aerosols 1993 (Cycle 2) $344,430
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Nicotinic Receptors, Tolerance and Spinal Neurotransmitters 1993 (Cycle 2) $320,869
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Measurement & Outcomes of Dyspnea in COPD 1993 (Cycle 2) $193,253
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Angiotensin II and Restenosis after Coronary Angioplasty 1993 (Cycle 2) $228,018
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Asymmetric Synthesis of (-)-Podophyllotoxin 1993 (Cycle 2) $121,946
University of California, Santa Cruz Cancer

Smoking as a risk factor in the etiology of down syndrome 1993 (Cycle 2) $730,292
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Epidemiology

Smoking-Related Advertising and Preteens' Social Perceptions 1993 (Cycle 2) $72,837
University of California, Irvine Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Role of Elastin Peptides in Neutrophil-Mediated Lung Injury 1993 (Cycle 2) $495,336
Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Smoking Ordinances, Passive Smoking and Smoking Cessation 1993 (Cycle 2) $151,547
Molecular Medicine Research Institute Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Health Related Quality of Life Outcomes of Smokers Who Quit 1993 (Cycle 2) $338,364
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco Smoke and Airway Fluid Transport & Composition 1993 (Cycle 2) $301,622
University of California, Riverside Pulmonary Disease

Activated Protein C in Smokers Thrombosis 1993 (Cycle 2) $347,737
Scripps Research Institute Cardiovascular Disease

Control of breathing in infants of smoking mothers 1993 (Cycle 2) $290,986
California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Epidemiology

Smoke Induced Differntial Expression of Cellular Proteins 1993 (Cycle 2) $257,010
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Relating Tobacco Access and Consumption Among Youth 1993 (Cycle 2) $489,771
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Expression of a drug resistance gene in head and neck cancer 1993 (Cycle 2) $337,086
University of California, San Diego Cancer

The Effect of Cigarette Smoke on Airway Neuronal Receptors 1993 (Cycle 2) $225,260
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Phosphoryl Peptide Inhibitors of Tyrosine Kinases 1993 (Cycle 2) $308,697
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

The Effects of Tobacco Smoke on Airway Mucin mRNA 1993 (Cycle 2) $71,867
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Clinician Initiated Smoking Prevention: A Controlled Trial 1993 (Cycle 2) $2,071,588
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Regulation of Oxidant Production in Activated Phagocytes 1993 (Cycle 2) $540,379
Scripps Research Institute Pulmonary Disease

Analysis of Retinoid Mediated Anti-cancer Activities 1993 (Cycle 2) $757,415
The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Cancer

Ethnicity and the Meaning of Smoking in Older Age Groups 1993 (Cycle 2) $317,076
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Fertility, Smoking, and Early Mammalian Development 1993 (Cycle 2) $166,751
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Statistics of Tobacco Smoke Exposure 1993 (Cycle 2) $910,542
Stanford University Epidemiology

Apolipoprotein(a) and Cardiovascular Disease 1993 (Cycle 2) $590,733
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking and Leukemia: A Molecular Genetic Approach 1993 (Cycle 2) $334,253
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Smoking-Induced Impairment of Pulmonary Host Defense 1993 (Cycle 2) $381,970
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco-Related Disease Trends among 118,000 Californians 1993 (Cycle 2) $236,471
University of California, Los Angeles Epidemiology

CNS effects of prenatal nicotine exposure: threshold dosage 1993 (Cycle 2) $458,763
LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Nicotine Dependence

Tobacco Product Modulation of TNF Responses in Lung Cells 1993 (Cycle 2) $371,620
University of California, Riverside General Biomedical Science

Effect of Cigarette Smoke on Vascular Wall Permeability 1993 (Cycle 2) $99,854
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Do Follow-up Visits Help Patients Quit Smoking? 1993 (Cycle 2) $745,189
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Smoking Cessation in Recovering Alcoholic Person (SCRAP) 1993 (Cycle 2) $835,924
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Nicotine, Tobacco Smoke and the Blood-Brain Barrier 1993 (Cycle 2) $624,017
University of Southern California Nicotine Dependence

Effect of Cigarette Smoke on High Risk Lipoprotein Profiles 1993 (Cycle 2) $332,996
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Cardiovascular Disease

The Cost of Passive Smoking on Children's Health 1993 (Cycle 2) $242,086
RAND Corporation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

1992 (Cycle 1)
Physician Incentives & Smoking Cessation Effectiveness 1992 (Cycle 1) $745,316
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Nicotine, Hypertension & Induction of Aortic Disease 1992 (Cycle 1) $182,010
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

The Accumbens: A Critical Brain Site for Nicotine Craving 1992 (Cycle 1) $532,964
Scripps Research Institute Nicotine Dependence

The Mechanism of Nicotine-Induced Gastric Mucosal Injury 1992 (Cycle 1) $221,032
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

Vietnamese Smoking Cessation Intervention:A Controlled Trial 1992 (Cycle 1) $707,559
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Significance of Immune Complexes in Human Lung Carcinoma 1992 (Cycle 1) $249,402
John Wayne Cancer Institute Cancer

Management of Smoking by the Elderly in Long Term Care 1992 (Cycle 1) $498,334
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Mechanism of Endothelin-Stimulated ANF Secretion 1992 (Cycle 1) $447,480
San Diego State University Research Foundation Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Tobacco on Rat Lung Alveolar Lining Liquid 1992 (Cycle 1) $417,585
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Pulmonary Disease

Pulmonary Vascular Leukocytes & Tobacco Products 1992 (Cycle 1) $435,721
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Effects of Smoking on Metabolism During Rest & Exercise 1992 (Cycle 1) $504,382
University of California, Berkeley Pulmonary Disease

Genetic Aberrations in Tobacco-Related Lung Carcinogenesis 1992 (Cycle 1) $214,126
University of Southern California Cancer

Novel Approach to Head & Neck Cancer Therapy 1992 (Cycle 1) $384,743
University of Southern California Cancer

Smoking, Immunoglobulin E, & Cardiovascular Disease 1992 (Cycle 1) $49,517
University of California, San Diego Epidemiology

Tobacco Carcinogen Transformation of Human Bronchial Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $621,592
University of Southern California Cancer

A Genetic Marker of Lung Cancer Risk Among Blacks & Whites 1992 (Cycle 1) $1,036,615
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Effect of Tobacco in Cervical Neoplasia in Young Women 1992 (Cycle 1) $959,796
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Complement Mediated Cardiac Ischemei & Thromboxane Release 1992 (Cycle 1) $291,601
Veterans Medical Research Foundation Cardiovascular Disease

Nicotine & Early Response Gene Expression in Brain 1992 (Cycle 1) $99,290
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Prospective Study of Cigarette Smoking & Behavior Dysfunctn 1992 (Cycle 1) $500,370
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Meta-Analysis of Prop 99 Competitive Grant Funded Projects 1992 (Cycle 1) $232,993
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco Industry Response to Passive Smoking 1992 (Cycle 1) $484,233
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

The Role of Sleep in Successful Smoking Cessation 1992 (Cycle 1) $180,399
Long Beach Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Pathogenesis of Cigarette Smoke-Induced Bronchitis 1992 (Cycle 1) $487,719
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Stress & Smoking in Natural Settings: An Ambulatory Study 1992 (Cycle 1) $489,853
University of California, Los Angeles Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Characterization of Particulate-Phase ETS in Differing Envir 1992 (Cycle 1) $454,509
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Control of Mucociliary Clearance in the Respiratory Tract 1992 (Cycle 1) $404,950
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Integrin Distribution & Function in Lung Carcinoma Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $358,128
University of California, San Francisco Cancer

Phenols & PAH in Tobacco-Related Cardiovascular Disease 1992 (Cycle 1) $421,763
University of Southern California Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking & Atherosclerosis--An Autoimmune Phenomenon? 1992 (Cycle 1) $151,149
University of California, Davis Cardiovascular Disease

Assessing Tobacco Refusal Skills in Latino Youth 1992 (Cycle 1) $584,719
San Diego State University Research Foundation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Smoking-Induced Mod. of Resp. Burst Oxidase of Human Phagocy 1992 (Cycle 1) $298,435
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Optical Partical Size Measurements of Tobacco Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $103,468
University of California, Irvine General Biomedical Science

Nicotine Enhanced Adrenal Medullary-Dependent Inflammation 1992 (Cycle 1) $363,563
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Optim. of Train. in Patients w/Chronic Obstruc. Pulm Disease 1992 (Cycle 1) $467,503
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pulmonary Disease

Cigarette Smoking & Sudden Cardiac Death 1992 (Cycle 1) $783,629
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Determinants of Susceptibilty to Oxidixed Lipoproteins 1992 (Cycle 1) $324,569
University of California, Los Angeles Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Passive Smoking on Experimental Atherosclerosis 1992 (Cycle 1) $340,594
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Smoking & Passive Smoking Patterns in Chinese Americans 1992 (Cycle 1) $524,884
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

CNS Processing of Lung Afferent & Cigarette Smoke Inputs 1992 (Cycle 1) $261,726
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Nicotine Effects on Activity of Brain Catecholamine Neurons 1992 (Cycle 1) $317,443
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

An Endogenous Lectin in Airway Epithelium & Lung Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $463,703
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Detrimental Influence of NO on Vascular/Platelet Functions 1992 (Cycle 1) $288,188
University of California, Los Angeles Cardiovascular Disease

Impact of Caffeine Use On Tobacco Cessation & Withdrawal 1992 (Cycle 1) $377,968
Loma Linda University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Significance of Immune Complexes in Human Lung Carcinoma 1992 (Cycle 1) $111,083
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Pregnant Smokers: Predictors of Cessation & Relapse 1992 (Cycle 1) $451,831
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

In Vitro Characterization of Human Airway Gland Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $511,793
University of California, San Francisco Pulmonary Disease

Protection of Lung Epithelium by Heat Shock Proteins 1992 (Cycle 1) $357,085
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Doses to Target Tissues from Inhaled Tobacco Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $413,410
University of California, Irvine General Biomedical Science

Involvement of the Tumor Suppressor Gene p53 in Lung Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $112,504
University of California, Irvine Cancer

Hemoglobin Conversion to Pro-Oxidants by Cigarette Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $313,201
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory General Biomedical Science

Risks for Selected Birth Defects from Parental Cig Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $560,383
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Epidemiology

Analysis of the Effect of Natl Policies on Smoking Behavior 1992 (Cycle 1) $579,489
University of California, San Diego Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Regulation of the Nicotinic Receptors by Nicotine 1992 (Cycle 1) $756,102
Salk Institute for Biological Studies Nicotine Dependence

Laryngeal Cancer Risk Factors: Tobacco Interactions 1992 (Cycle 1) $720,644
Public Health Institute Epidemiology

Cigarette Smoking & Facial Wrinkling 1992 (Cycle 1) $515,796
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Pathways for Reverse Cholesterol Transport 1992 (Cycle 1) $265,990
University of California, San Diego Cardiovascular Disease

Self Management for Tobacco-Related Chronic Diseases 1992 (Cycle 1) $1,049,257
Stanford University Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

The Economic Effects of California Cigarette Taxation 1992 (Cycle 1) $474,976
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effects of Social & Personal Coping Programs for Smok Prev 1992 (Cycle 1) $676,689
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Amnesty Smoking Prevention Project 1992 (Cycle 1) $686,087
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Predictors of Weight Gain After Smoking Cessation 1992 (Cycle 1) $809,412
Kaiser Foundation Research Institute Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Modifiers of Susceptibility to Smoking for Lung Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $79,865
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Factors Required for K-RAS 4B Membrane Association/Activity 1992 (Cycle 1) $600,414
Scripps Research Institute General Biomedical Science

Gene Modification of Human Lung Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocyt 1992 (Cycle 1) $152,816
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Hospital-Based Intervention to Prevent Smoking Relapse 1992 (Cycle 1) $676,939
Stanford University Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Prop99 & Indigent Care:Lessons for Future Health Care Reform 1992 (Cycle 1) $589,892
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Experimental Approach to Tobacco Control for Hi-Risk Teens 1992 (Cycle 1) $672,155
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Molecular Mechanisms of Leukocyte Traffic to the Lungs 1992 (Cycle 1) $345,676
Stanford University Pulmonary Disease

Determinants of Maximum Oxygen Transport. 1992 (Cycle 1) $282,699
University of California, San Diego Pulmonary Disease

Role of Nicotine in Enodthelial Cell Function 1992 (Cycle 1) $274,274
University of Southern California Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Sedatives on Neuronal Nicotinic Binding 1992 (Cycle 1) $394,301
University of California, San Francisco Nicotine Dependence

Studies of Proto-oncogenes & Growth Genes in Human Lung Canc 1992 (Cycle 1) $336,209
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Smoking & Adverse Reproductive Health Effects in Women 1992 (Cycle 1) $550,243
University of California, Davis Epidemiology

Lung Cancer: p53 as a Paradigm of Tumor Suppression 1992 (Cycle 1) $138,420
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Cancer

Effects of Nicotine on Human Information Processing 1992 (Cycle 1) $247,818
Northern California Institute for Research & Education Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

The Relationship of Tobacco Exposure to Semen Biomarkers 1992 (Cycle 1) $186,739
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Roles of Hypoxia, Nicotine & cAMP in Ischemic Heart Failure 1992 (Cycle 1) $713,367
SRI International Cardiovascular Disease

Effects of Smoking on High Density Lipoprotein Species 1992 (Cycle 1) $203,942
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Control of Differentiation of the Early Embryonic Heart 1992 (Cycle 1) $191,398
California Institute of Technology Cardiovascular Disease

Tobacco Smoke, Free Radicals, Antioxidants & Disease 1992 (Cycle 1) $215,713
University of California, Berkeley Pulmonary Disease

Case study on tobacco use legislation 1992 (Cycle 1) $160,907
RAND Corporation Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Novel Imuunotherapy for Small Cell Lung Carcinoma 1992 (Cycle 1) $496,569
Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles Cancer

Differentiating Preadolescent/Adolescent Paths to Smoking 1992 (Cycle 1) $459,986
University of Southern California Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Effects of Smoke on Fluid Transport Across Trachea 1992 (Cycle 1) $395,115
University of California, Berkeley Pulmonary Disease

Vascular Response to Injury: Potentiation by Nicotine 1992 (Cycle 1) $572,478
Stanford University Cardiovascular Disease

Interaction of Complement C4b-Binding Protein with Protein B 1992 (Cycle 1) $616,016
Scripps Research Institute General Biomedical Science

Lung Cancer Associated Retinopathy 1992 (Cycle 1) $352,945
University of California, Davis Cancer

Black-White Differences in Menthol Cigarette Smoking 1992 (Cycle 1) $332,764
University of California, Los Angeles Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Controlling Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $205,357
University of California, Berkeley General Biomedical Science

Nicotine Levels in Pregnant Women & Child Development 1992 (Cycle 1) $335,068
University of California, Berkeley Epidemiology

Cloning of Two Genes Involved it Tobacco Carcinogenesis 1992 (Cycle 1) $323,634
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Heterologous Expression of Brain Nicotinic Receptors 1992 (Cycle 1) $586,840
California Institute of Technology Nicotine Dependence

Benzo[A]pyrene: Biogenetic Effects on Hepatocytes in Vitro 1992 (Cycle 1) $482,971
University of California, San Diego General Biomedical Science

Role of Smoking in Progression of Anal Neoplasia 1992 (Cycle 1) $638,812
University of California, San Francisco Epidemiology

Thrombin Function/Inhibition in Tobacco-Related Diseases 1992 (Cycle 1) $578,441
SRI International Cardiovascular Disease

Adenosine Airway Reactivity & Receptors in Smokers 1992 (Cycle 1) $93,500
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Interaction of Occupational Aerosols & Tobacco Smoke 1992 (Cycle 1) $192,878
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

Effectiveness Ventilation & other Controls in Reducing ETS 1992 (Cycle 1) $522,494
Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. General Biomedical Science

Cost of Smoking in California 1992 (Cycle 1) $185,697
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Environmental & Genetic Risk Factors for Bladder Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $1,147,940
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Cigarette Smoking, Steroidogenesis & Steroid Receptors 1992 (Cycle 1) $316,942
Stanford University General Biomedical Science

Novel Benzoxazinone Inhibitors to Hunam Leukocyte Elastase 1992 (Cycle 1) $332,615
SRI International General Biomedical Science

Precursors & Correlates of Smoking in Adolescents 1992 (Cycle 1) $63,786
Molecular Medicine Research Institute Epidemiology

Cigarette Smoke, Nicotine & Acid-induced Duodenal Injury 1992 (Cycle 1) $311,797
University of California, Los Angeles General Biomedical Science

A Smokeless Tobacco Cessation Intervention:College Athletes 1992 (Cycle 1) $648,997
University of California, San Francisco Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Reduction of Passive Smoking in Asthmatic Children: Clinical 1992 (Cycle 1) $521,489
San Diego State University Research Foundation Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Tobacco Smoke: Mechanistic Roles in COPD 1992 (Cycle 1) $250,297
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco-Related Disease in Native California Twins 1992 (Cycle 1) $634,515
University of Southern California Epidemiology

Modulatory Effects of Tobacco Products in Immune Function 1992 (Cycle 1) $85,387
University of California, San Diego General Biomedical Science

Effects of Prenatal Nicotine Exposure in Brain Development 1992 (Cycle 1) $750,511
University of Southern California General Biomedical Science

Early Detection of Lung Cancer with Monoclonal Antibodies 1992 (Cycle 1) $860,784
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Substrate Cycles, Calorigenesis & Smoking Cessation 1992 (Cycle 1) $378,709
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Lung Cancer: p53 as a Paradigm of Tumor Suppression 1992 (Cycle 1) $327,795
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Effects of Nicotine on Human Information Processing 1992 (Cycle 1) $91,817
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Smoking Effects on Maternal Folate & Reproductive Outcomes 1992 (Cycle 1) $105,988
University of California, Davis Epidemiology

Oxygen Effects on Flow & function in Ischemic Myocardium 1992 (Cycle 1) $278,044
University of California, San Francisco Cardiovascular Disease

Clinical Pharmacology of Tobacco Alkaloids 1992 (Cycle 1) $538,143
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Carotid Body Amplification of Exertional Dyspnea in Smokers 1992 (Cycle 1) $196,560
University of California, Los Angeles Pulmonary Disease

Suppression of Oncogenic RAS Mutations 1992 (Cycle 1) $355,159
University of California, Berkeley Cancer

Comparison of Nicotine Metabolism in four Ethnic Groups 1992 (Cycle 1) $449,327
University of California, San Francisco Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Laboratory & Ambulatory Assessment of Smoking Withdrawal 1992 (Cycle 1) $385,814
SRI International Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Passive Smoking & Clara Cell Developement in the Lungs 1992 (Cycle 1) $435,023
University of California, Davis Pulmonary Disease

Tumor Infiltrating Lymphocytes & Pulmonary Macrophages 1992 (Cycle 1) $423,786
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Peptidyl Phosphonate Inhibitors to Human Leukocyte Elastase 1992 (Cycle 1) $359,461
SRI International General Biomedical Science

Vaccine Strategy Against Tumor-Associated Glycoproteins 1992 (Cycle 1) $285,227
University of California, San Diego Cancer

Monoclonal Antibody-Drug Conjugate Treatment of Lung Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $258,750
Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation Cancer

Tobacco Cessation Among Pregnant Low-Income Latino Women 1992 (Cycle 1) $737,927
University of Southern California Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation

Neutrophil Cytostatic Activity Against Lung Tumor Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $223,628
University of California, Los Angeles Cancer

Filipino Smoking Prevalance Survey in California 1992 (Cycle 1) $153,533
Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum Epidemiology

Tumor Suppressor Genes in Human Lung Cancer 1992 (Cycle 1) $319,060
University of California, Irvine Cancer

Nicotinic Effects on Gene Expression in PC-12 Cells 1992 (Cycle 1) $266,647
University of California, San Diego Nicotine Dependence

Environmental Tobacco Smoke & Lung Development 1992 (Cycle 1) $512,031
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Surveillance for Tobacco-Related Diseases 1992 (Cycle 1) $627,384
Public Health Institute Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics

Tobacco Carcinogens/C-Kinase Oxidative Activation/Metastasis 1992 (Cycle 1) $363,557
University of Southern California Cancer

Pulmonary Benzo(A)pyrene Metabolism & Tobacco Smoking 1992 (Cycle 1) $303,996
University of California, Irvine Pulmonary Disease

Tobacco & Its Releated Diseases: Law, Policy & Politics 1992 (Cycle 1) $218,932
University of California, Berkeley Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics