Tobacco products are harmful yet widely used consumer products that are responsible for severe health problems in both users and non-users. These health problems include cancer, lung disease, and heart disease, which often lead to death.
New regulations have allowed us to establish science and research programs that will help us better understand the risks associated with tobacco use so that we can reduce the public health burden of tobacco in the United States.
- Find out about active Funding Opportunities.
- Search the portfolio of CTP-Supported Tobacco Regulatory Research Projects.
- National Youth Tobacco Survey data infographic or read the article in CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report released April 2015.
- Read more about e-cigarette research in a special supplement to BMJ’s Tobacco Control.
- Read about the research goals of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.
- Learn about CTP’s research priorities that build the science base behind FDA’s authority to regulate tobacco products.
- Find out more about the Tobacco Regulatory Science Program (TRSP), FDA’s partnership with NIH to foster tobacco regulatory research, including the 14 Tobacco Centers of Regulatory Science (TCORS).
- Learn about FDA’s collaboration with CDC on the National Youth Tobacco Survey.
- View a list of recent CTP publications.
- CTP Scientists Coming to a Conference Near You
- FDA Science Forum
- Review information on Harmful and Potentially Harmful Constituents.
- Learn the latest actions FDA is taking on Menthol.
- Understand more about Modified Risk Tobacco Products and the rigorous standards in place to protect the public’s health.