Grants &  Research Support

Evaluating How Tobacco Control Policies are Shaping the Nicotine Delivery Market.
US National Institutes of Health (PO1 Grant)
Cummings KM, Fong GT, O’Connor RJ, Hammond D, Bickel W, Levy D, et al.
$15,000,000 USD*             2016-2021

 

Surveillance of dietary patterns and the food environment among youth and young adults in Canada.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Hammond D, Vanderlee L, Kirkpatrick S, Dubin J, Vanderkooy P.
$199,654 CAD             2015-2017

 

Evaluating the impact of changes to Canada’s food labelling policies on pre-packaged foods.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Hammond D, Vanderlee L, Kirkpatrick S, Dubin J, Vanderkooy P.
$199,654 CAD             2015-2017

 

E-cigarettes in Ontario: Patterns of use among youth, product design and clinical efficacy.
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long term Care – Health System Research Fund (HSRF)
Hammond D, Goniewicz M, McNeill A, Papadakis S, Czoli C, Leatherdale S, Pipe A, Reid R.
$499,776 CAD             2014-2016

 

Canadian Dietary Cohort Survey for Young Adults.
University of Waterloo Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative Seed Grant.
Hammond D, Black J, Dubin J, Kirk S, Kirkpatrick S, Minaker LM, Paquette MC, Raine K, Schonlau M, Vanderlee L.
$9,933CAD             2014-2015

 

Promotional activities for e-cigarettes in Canada.
Health Canada
Hammond D.
$9,950 CAD             2014

 

Efficacy and preferences for different approaches to calorie and sodium labelling on restaurant menus among parents of young children in Ontario: Evidence to inform implementation of the Ontario Health Kids Strategy.
Public Health Ontario
Hobin E, Manson H Rosella L, Hammond D.
$34,500 CAD             2014

 

Investigating the impact of a simple standardized retail nutrition labelling system on the nutritional quality of consumer’s food purchases in supermarkets in Canada.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Operating Grant
Hobin EP, Hammond D (Co-PI), Bollinger B, L’Abbe M, Manson H, Rosella L, Vanderlee L.
$176,753 CAD             2014-2017

 

Consumer appeal of very low nicotine cigarette. P-01 Supplement Grant.
US National Institutes of Health
Cummings KM, Fong GT, Hammond D, O’Connor RJ.
$407,874 USD             2013-2014

 

Food Safety and Ontario’s Youth: Can Food Safety Training Effectively Improve Knowledge and Practice in Ontario High School Students?
OMAF and MRA Food Safety Research Program 2013/14
Majowicz S, Leatherdale S, Diplock K, Papadopoulos A, Hammond D, Jones-Bitton AJ, Rebellato S, Dubin J.
$149,000 CAD             2014-2017

 

Encouraging a culture of moderation: investigating the efficacy of standard drink labels and health messages on alcohol containers among adults in Ontario.
Public Health Ontario
Hobin E, Hammond D, Stockwell T, Rosella L, Manson H, Rempel B.
$115,345 CAD             2013-2014

 

Evaluating the impact of mandatory nutrition information on menus.
US National Institutes of Health
Hammond D (PI), Harnack L, Thrasher J, Hanning RH, Thompson ME.
$637,729 USD             2013-2015

 

Understanding utilization and impact of a smartphone smoking cessation application: a mixed methods implementation pilot study.
Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute (CCSRI) Innovation Grant.
Baskerville NB, Hammond D (Co-PI), Whittaker R, Guindon E, Brown KS, Norman C.
$199,301 CAD             2013-2016

 

Using e-cigarette market trends to inform PATH.
National Institute of Drug Abuse – Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study – Ad Hoc Project
Delvano (PI), Hammond D.
$13,704 USD             2013-2014

 

Investigating the impact of an on-shelf nutrition labelling system on customer food purchases in supermarkets in Canada: A natural experiment.
Propel Centre for Population Health Impact
Hobin E (Co-PI), Hammond D (Co-PI), L’Abbe M, Bollinger B, Rosella L, Manson H, Vanderlee L.
$10,000 CAD             2013-2014

 

Health around the corner: a multi-disciplinary, mixed-methods evaluation of a healthy corner stores intervention in Toronto, Ontario.
Propel Centre for Population Health Impact
Minaker L, (Co-PI), Hammond D (Co-PI), Mah C, Cook B, Raine K, McLeod L, Shelley J.
$10,000 CAD             2013-2014

 

Evaluating the impact of Canada’s caffeinated energy drink policy among youth and young adults.
Canadian Institute of Health Research – Operating Grant.
Hammond D (PI), Martineau C, Fenton N, Harrington D, Vanderkooy P.
$199,635 CAD            2013-2015

 

Ensuring uptake of RAI evidence and knowledge by all (EUREKA): A strategy for persons with mental illness.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) – Planning Grant.
Martin L, Perlman, CP, Bieling P, Hammond D.
$19,986 CAD             2013-2014

 

The impact of nutrition information on restaurant menus.(Contract)
British Columbia Ministry of Health.
Hammond D (PI).
$10,000 CAD             2012

 

Nutrition Labelling: Comprehension and Use of Nutrition Facts Tables among Young People in Canada.
Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research.
Hammond D (PI), Hobin EP (Co-PI), Sheeshka J, McVey G, O’Brien MF.
$49,822 CAD             2012-2014

 

Evaluation the Health Check restaurant program. (Contract)
Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada
Hammond D.
$39,500 CAD             2012-2014

 

Effectiveness of Tobacco Control Policies in High vs. Low Income Countries.
US National Cancer Institute / National Institutes of Health (3P01CA138389-05S1)
Cummings KM (Chief PI), Hammond D (PI for Canada), Hyland A, Thrasher JT.
$2,071,789 USD          2012-2014

 

Building evidence for effective and sustainable cigarette warning label policy.
US National Cancer Institute / National Institutes of Health (R01 CA167067-01)
Thrasher J, Hammond D, Santilla EA, Cummings KM, Borland R, Travers M, Fong GT, Boudreau C, Yong HH, Sebrie E, O’Connor RJ, Hardin J.
$2,051,721 USD          2012-2017

 

Nutritional labeling on menus in Canada and the United States: Evidence to inform policy.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Operating Grant: Population Health Intervention Research
Hammond D, Harnack L, Thomspon ME, Hanning RH, Thrasher J.
$200,000 CAD            2012-2014

 

Reaching young adult smokers: An evidence based smartphone cessation application.
Health Canada
Baskerville B, Cameron R, Cowan D, Hammond D, Guindon E, McGarry F.
$300,552 CAD            2011-2012

 

Investigating the impact of toy premiums on children’s choice of food products: evidence to inform policy.
University of Waterloo Research Incentive Fund
Hammond D.
$6,594 CAD             2011-2012

 

Propel Centre for Population Health Impact – Operating grant.
Canadian Cancer Society Research Initiative
Riley B, Brown KS, Cameron R, Fong GT, Hammond D, (5 other CoApplicants)
$8,800,000 CAD         2011-2016

 

Public health analysis of innovative nutritional labelling cafeteria initiative at Ottawa Hospitals.
Public Health Agency of Canada
Hammond D, Vanderlee L.
$77,800 CAD         2011-2013

 

Measuring the impact of the legalization of online gambling in Ontario.
Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre
Elton-Marshall T, Leatherdale ST, Harrigan K, Hammond D, Zanna MP.
$360,270 CAD         2011-2014

 

A new focus on tobacco use prevention and cessation: Engaging the Canadian optometry community.
Health Canada
Kennedy RD, Spafford MM, Brule J, Hammond D, Schultz ASH, Fong GT, Thompson ME.
$217,133 CAD         2011-2012

 

The International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project: Evaluating the impact of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control With an Emphasis on Low and Middle Income Countries.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Fong GT, Cummings KM, Borland R, Hammond D, et al.
$7,430,000 CAD         2011-2016

 

The impact of health warning labels on smokeless tobacco products in India and Bangladesh.
International Development Research Agency
Hammond D, Gupta P, Nargis N, Mutti S.
$33,692 CAD         2011-2013

 

Improving Quitline Reach and Integration: Evaluating a Policy Intervention Aimed at Increasing Tobacco Cessation.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Campbell SH, Baskerville NB, Hammond D, Kennedy RD.
$197,021 CAD         2011-2012

 

Shaping the direction of youth health: The COMPASS Study.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Leatherdale S, Brown KS, Childs R, Elliot S, Faulkner G, Hammond D, Manske S.
$1,446,220 CAD        2011-2016

 

Australian Cigarette Packaging Study.
NIH Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre Career Development Program Grant
Hammond D.
$16,512 CAD         2010-2011

 

Impact of tobacco pack size and shape on consumer perceptions.
U.S. National Institutes of Health (P01 administrative supplement grant)
Cummings KM (Co-PI), Hammond D (Co-PI), Bansal-Travers M, O’Connor RJ, Fong GT Thrasher J, Tworek C.
$117,524 USD         2010-2011

 

The impact of regulating nutritional information on menus: evidence to inform policy.
Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute
Hammond D, Hanning RM, Thrasher JF.
$281,549 CAD         2010-2012

 

Chatter Box: Policy Implications for Cigarette Packaging beyond Light and Mild.
Health Canada Federal Tobacco Control Strategy Contribution Funding
O’Connor S, Schwartz R, Dewhirst T, Hammond D, Cohen J, Di Sante E, Philipneri A, Tilson M, Lavack A.
$182,994 CAD         2010-2011

 

Effects of current and plain cigarette pack design on smokers’ cigarette evaluation. NHMRC Project grant #623202
Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Wakefield M, Hammond D, Goldberg M, Durkin S, Chapman S.
$646,800 AUD         2010-2011

 

International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Survey.
U.S. National Institutes of Health
Fong GT, Cummings KM, Borland R, Hastings G, Thompson M, Hyland A, McNeill A, Hammond D, et al.
$2,772,801 USD       2009-2012

 

The effectiveness of tobacco control policies in high vs. low income countries.
U.S. National Institutes of Health: P-01 Project Grant
*Principle Investigator on Project 2: $785,857 USD
*Co-Investigator on Projects 1,3-5: $11,366,361 USD
$12,152,218 USD      2009-2014

 

The impact of plain packaging.
NIH Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre Career Development Program Grant
Hammond D, Doxey JR.
$11,500 USD       2009-2010

 

Clinical Study Investigating the behaviour of smokers using reduced nicotine cigarettes.
Health Canada Tobacco Control Programme – Tobacco Products Regulatory Science Project Grants (Contract)
Hammond D, O’Connor RJ, Benowitz N, Fong GT.
$348,328 CAD       2009-2011

 

CIHR Training Grant in Population Intervention for Chronic Disease Prevention: A Pan-Canadian Program.
Canadian Institute of Health Research
PIs: Cameron R, Riley B, Ferrence R, Raine K, Gotay C, Plotnikoff R.
Co-Is: 58 additional mentors, including Hammond D.
$1,950,000 CAD       2009-2015

 

Tobacco packaging regulations: plain packaging and beyond.
CIHR Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative
Hammond D, Fong GT, Zanna MP.
$79,465 CAD       2008-2010

 

International Packaging Study.
Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre Career Development Program Grant
Hammond D, O’Connor RJ.
$17,500 USD       2008-2009

 

Tobacco product reporting regulations: Evaluation and dissemination of key findings.
Health Canada Tobacco Control Programme – Tobacco Products Regulatory Science Project Grants. (Contract)
Hammond D, O’Connor RJ, McNeill A, Collishaw N.
$43,637 CAD       2007-2009

 

Asia Pacific Smoking Study.
Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative-IDEA Grant
Hammond D, Suzuki G, Yang J, Awang R, O’Connor RJ.
$50,000 CAD       2006-2008

 

Asia Pacific Smoking Study.
Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre Career Development Program Grant
Hammond D.
$56,000 CAD       2006-2008

 

Communicating tobacco product and constituent information to smokers.
Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU) Investigator Award
Hammond D.
$20,000 USD       2006-2007

 

Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation in China and South Korea: The ITCAsia Project.
National Cancer Institute / National Institutes of Health (US)
Fong GT, Borland R, Cummings KM, Hastings G, Thompson M, Hyland A, Hammond D, et al.
$2,875,544 USD      2006-2011

 

International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project: Evaluating the Psychosocial and Behavioural Effects of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR)
Fong GT, Borland R, Cummings KM, Hastings G, Thompson M, Hyland A, Hammond D, et al.
$3,880,438 CAD      2007-2011

 

Human smoking behaviour, cigarette toxicity, and international testing protocols.
Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative
Hammond D, Fong GT.
$80,000 CAD       2005-2007

 

Evaluating Low Ignition Propensity Cigarette Legislation.
National Cancer Institute (US)
O’Connor RJ, Giovino G, Cummings KM, Fong GT, Hammond D.
$1,950,500 USD      2006-2009

 

Impact of Lower Ignition Propensity Cigarettes on Smoking Behaviours and Toxin Exposure.
Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre—Career Development Grant
Hammond D.
$25,000 USD       2005-2006

 

Cigarette design and product regulation.
Trans-disciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centre—Developmental Research Grant
Hammond D.
$25,000 USD       2005-2006

 

International Tobacco Control Policy Survey.
National Cancer Institute / National Institutes of Health (US)
Cummings KM, Fong GT, Borland R, Hastings G, Giovino G, McNeill A, Chaloupka F, Zanna MP, Hyland A, Hammond D. et al.
$2,759,800 USD      2004-2007

 

Building the Evidence Base for Tobacco Control Policies: Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center.
National Cancer Institute /National Institutes of Health (US)
Cummings KM, Fong GT, Borland R, Hastings G, Giovino G, McNeill A, Chaloupka F, Zanna MP, Hyland A, Hammond D. et al.
$9,576,775 USD      2004-2009

 

Tobacco Control in Post-Secondary Institutions.
Health Canada, Tobacco Control Program.
Hammond D. (Contract)
$74,000 CAD       2004-2005

 

Youth Smoking Prevention- Industry Denormalization Project.
Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative (CTCRI)
Hammond D.
$10,000 CAD       2003-2004

 

Tobacco Industry Marketing Strategies: Sponsorship, Promotion, & Point-of-Sale.
Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative (CTCRI)
Hammond D.
$10,000 CAD       2003-2004

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