social and behavioral epidemiology of alcohol and drug problems
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.
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).