Dr. Ellen Hahn
As a researcher of the effects of tobacco, Hahn has received grants to fund her research.
Hahn received a $225,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Foundation's initiative, Tobacco Policy Change: A collaborative for healthier communities and states, was designed to provide resources and technical assistance to organizations and groups interested in advocating for effective tobacco prevention and cessation policy initiatives. Grantees are expected to apply their advocacy skills and experience to advance tobacco policy and other public health policies in their communities. To read more about the $225,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, click here.
To read about other funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, click here.
Hahn proposed to use the $100,000 FAMRI grant for the specific purpose of evaluating the effects of a community initiative to reduce exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke(SHTS)on cardiac and asthma related healthcare outcomes. To read about her funding from FAMRI Clinical Innovator to help support a smoking ban in Lexington, click here.
UK and Ellen Hahn were granted a 2004 FAMRI Clinical Innovator Award of $100,000. This program was established to stimulate medical and clinical scientific research studies on the topic of second hand smoke. To read about the awards history from the Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute, click here.
Dr. Hahn received a $241,790 grant from SAPRP for the years 2004-2006 to study smoke free laws and employee turnover rates. Click here to read about the grant Hahn received from SAPRP (Substance Abuse Policy Research Center)