Professor of Psychiatry; Director, Yale Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory; Clinical Director, Forensic Drug Diversion Clinic; Director, Yale Program for Sex Differences in Alcohol Use Disorder, Psychiatry
Yale Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory
The Yale Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory (YaleBPL) is a clinical research laboratory focused on developing new medications and treatments for those who use tobacco and alcohol.
- Development of human laboratory models to screen Phase II medications for tobacco and alcohol use
- Laboratory studies examining whether nAChR agents alter alcohol self-administration behavior
- Identifying and screening medications that will attenuate the effect of stress on smoking behavior and relapse
- Understanding gender differences in alcohol and tobacco use and developing treatments that are sensitive to gender differences
Who is eligible?
Treatment and non-treatment seeking individuals who drink alcohol and/or smoke cigarettes are potentially eligible. See http://yttc.yale.edu to learn more about our studies and how to participate.
For more information about the clinic and our research programs, please call Sabrina Coppola at 203-737-2827.
2 Church St. South, Suite 109
New Haven, CT 06519
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