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Dorothy Apollonio, Ph.D.

University of California, San Francisco # of Grants: 3


Tobacco Industry Political Strategies After the 1998 MSA 2006 (Cycle 15) $269,000
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics New Investigator Awards

Effects of California?s 2016 tobacco policies on initiation, 2017 (Cycle 26) $374,400
State and Local Tobacco Control Policy Research High Impact Research Project Award

Measuring combined tobacco, e-cigarette, and marijuana use 2016 (Cycle 25) $374,448
Tobacco-Related Health Disparities High Impact Research Project Award

Wheat from Chaff: Third-Party Monitoring and FEC Enforcement Actions
Periodical: Regulation and Goverance Index Medicus:
Authors: Lochner, T., Apollonio, D.E., Tatum, R. ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: 2 Nbr: 2 Abs: Pg: 216-233

Access and Lobbying: Looking Beyond the Corruption Paradigm
Periodical: Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Index Medicus:
Authors: Apollonio, D.E., Cain, B.E., Drutman, L. ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: 35 Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Turning negative into positive: Public health mass media campaigns and negative advertising.
Periodical: Health Education Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Apollonio, D; Malone R ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: 24 Nbr: 3 Abs: Pg: 483-495

The We Card program: Tobacco industry youth smoking prevention as industry self-preservation.
Periodical: American Journal of Public Health Index Medicus:
Authors: Apollonio, D; Malone, R ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg: