Smoking & Tobacco-Related Studies
Paul Cinciripini, Ph.D
Jason D. Robinson, Ph.D
Jennifer A. Minnix, Ph.D
Our smoking & tobacco-related studies focus on the neurobiological mechanisms underlying nicotine dependence; in order to assist individuals who want (and don't want) to quit. Our studies may include pharmacogenetic effects of antidepressants during smoking cessation, as well as studies using startle probe, Electroencephalography (EEG) Event-Related Potentials (ERP), and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) methodology to study nicotine addiction in human subjects.
If you are interested in becoming a participant for our smoking and tobacco-related clinical research studies, please complete the interest form below.