Faculty and Staff Present at NIH Conference
A number of IGTC faculty and staff presented posters at the National Institutes of Health NIH Tobacco Regulatory Science Meeting, which was held virtually October 18-20, 2021. Click the image for a closer look at the research.
Cohen JE, Hardesty JJ, Nian Q, Crespi E, Soule EK, Kennedy RD, Welding K, Sinamo J, Eissenberg T, Breland AB. E-cigarette use ‘in the wild’: Nicotine formulation and nicotine concentration, by device type.
Crespi E, Hardesty JJ, Nian Q, Sinamo J, Welding K, Kennedy RD, Cohen JE. Custom and non-custom e-cigarette liquid users’ device/liquid characteristics and health outcomes: Implications for E-cigarette regulations.
Hardesty JJ, Crespi E, Sinamo J, Breland AB, Eissenberg T, Welding K, Kennedy RD, Cohen JE. Bots and professional survey takers: Recruitment challenges for tobacco regulatory science online surveys.
Kaplan B, Hardesty JJ, Welding K, Breland AB, Eissenberg T, Cohen JE. ENDS flavor use by age group in the U.S.: A longitudinal analysis.
Kennedy RD, Moran M, Czaplicki L, Jewler L, Handy J, Kelley D. Nicotine-related content in ENDS advertisements: 2018-2020.
Nian Q, Sinamo J, Hardesty JJ, Crespi E, Welding K, Kennedy RD, Vattipally V, Cohen JE. Correlates of e-cigarette use dependence among regular adult e-cigarette users.
Sinamo J, Welding K, Hardesty JJ, Cohen JE, Crespi E, Sinamo J, Nian Q, Kennedy RD, Breland AB, Soule EK, Eissenberg T. Inverse correlation of e-cigarette device power and liquid nicotine concentration: Are users self-regulating nicotine emissions?