- FAMRI Center
The Center offers a wide range of Public Information Resources to the public, the media, and public policy makers on topics ranging from nicotine addiction to secondhand smoke to access to tobacco industry documents. This information comes from research done at UCSF and throughout the world.
UCSF faculty offer a wide range of services to help people break their nicotine addiction. There are a variety of smoking cessation programs offered for the general public as well as people hospitalized at UCSF. There are also resources available to everyone via the web. The UCSF Smoking Cessation Leadership Center conducts research and facilitates policy changes that will engage more health care professionals in making smoking cessation available to everyone.
UCSF is conducting important research on how to treat tobacco addiction, the effects of secondhand smoke, and other tobacco-related topics. This page provides information about these projects and information on how you can get involved.
Useful resources on smoking, secondhand smoke and tobacco control from outside UCSF.