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Wendy Max, Ph.D.

University of California, San Francisco # of Grants: 8

Grants

Disproportionate cost of smoking for communities of color 2004 (Cycle 13) $278,980
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

A dynamic model of smoking and healthcare expenditures in CA 2000 (Cycle 9) $595,843
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

Economic Impact of Secondhand Smoke for Communities of Color 2007 (Cycle 16) $216,038
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

The Cost of Smoking for California s 58 Counties 2011 (Cycle 20) $379,906
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics California Research Award

Health and economic toll of tobacco on CA's LGBT community 2013 (Cycle 22) $375,845
Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence Research Project Awards

The Cost of Smoking for CA's Racial/Ethnic Communities 2015 (Cycle 24) $165,972
Disparities /Prevention/ Cessation/ Nicotine Dependence Research Project Awards

Impact of cigarette taxes on healthcare expenditures in CA 2015 (Cycle 24) $40,763
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Special Projects

The Economic Impact of the California Tobacco 21 Law 2017 (Cycle 26) $374,819
Industry Influence/Policy High Impact Research Project Award
Publications

The financial impact of smoking on health-related costs: a review of the literature
Periodical: California Department of Health Services Publication Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Impact of smoking habit on medical care use and its costs.
Periodical: International Journal of Epidemiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Rice DP ART
Yr: 2001 Vol: 20 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 622-623

The cost of smoking in California, 1999.
Periodical: California Department of Health Services Publication Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W, Rice DP, Zhang X, Sung H-Y, Miller L ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

The benefits of switching smoking cessation drugs to over-the counter status.
Periodical: Health Economics Index Medicus:
Authors: Keeler T, Hu T-W, Keith A, Manning R, Marciniak M, Ong M, Sung H-Y ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: 11 Nbr: 5 Abs: Pg: 389-402

Who is exposed to secondhand smoke? Self-reported and serum cotinine measured exposure in the U.S. 1999-2006
Periodical: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Index Medicus:
Authors: Max. W; Sung, HY; Shi, Y ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

The cost of secondhand smoke exposure at home in California
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W, Sung H-Y, Shi Y. ART
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Sexual identity disparities in smoking and secondhand smoke exposure in California: 2003-2013
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W, Stark B, Sung H, Offen N. ART
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Response to Cochran: A strategic approach to eliminating sexual orientationrelated_x000D_ health disparities
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Authors: Max W, Stark B, Sung H, Offen N. ART
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The Effect of a $2.00 per Pack Increase in the Tobacco Excise Tax on Smoking and Healthcare Expenditures:2017-2020
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W, Sung HY, Lightwood J. ART
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A $2.00 per pack increase in the tobacco excise tax will reduce smoking, save billions in healthcare expenditures, and create thousands of California jobs
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Max W, Sung HY, Lightwood J. ART
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