Faculty Member

Robert Mann PhD, MASc

Email Address(es)
robert.mann@camh.ca
Office Phone
(416) 535-8501 x 4496
Office Address
Center for Addiction and Mental Health T-416, 33 Russell Street Toronto, ON
Division(s)/Office
Epidemiology Division
Position
Associate Professor
SGS Status
Full Member
Appointment Status
Status Only

Research Interests

  • substance abuse, including impaired driving
  • social and behavioral epidemiology of alcohol and drug problems
  • injury prevention
  • health psychology
  • social and behavioural influences on population health

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

Honours & Awards

Current Research Projects

  • R. Mann, R. Smart, E. Vingilis and D. Beirness. Administrative License Suspensions in Ontario: Evaluation of Impact and Tests of the Differential Deterrence Hypothesis. Funded by the Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation.
  • E. Vingilis, R.Mann, A. McLeod and J. Seeley. Health/Safety Impact of Ontario’s Drinking Hours. Funded by the National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse.
  • S. Macdonald, R.Mann, M. Chipman and E.Adlaf. The Impact of Drugs and Alcohol Abuse on Traffic Collisions and the Effects of Treatment. Funded by the Medical Research Council.

Representative Publications

  • Mann RE. Alcohol disorders in Canada: The need for intervention (Editorial). Can Med Assoc J 1997; 157:1543-1545.
  • Mann RE, Macdonald S, Stoduto G, Shaikh A, Bondy S. Assessing the Potential Impact of Lowering the Legal Blood Alcohol Limit to 50 mg% in Canada. Transport Canada Publication No. TR 13321 E. Transport Canada, Ottawa, 1998.
  • Walsh G, Mann RE. On the high-road: Driving under the influence of Cannabis in Ontario. Can J Publ Health 1999; 90:260-263.
  • Smart RG, Mann RE. The impact of programs for high-risk drinkers on population levels of alcohol problems. Addiction (in press).
  • Xie X, Mann RE, Paul J, Smart RG. Direct and indirect influences on alcoholic cirrhosis mortality in Canada. J Stud Alc (in press).