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Trainees

A major objective of the Yale TCORS is to train new investigators who will conduct translational interdisciplinary research with an emphasis on the basic science underlying nicotine addiction, understanding of the constituents of tobacco and tobacco products, and knowledge of tobacco regulatory processes.

Our training and mentoring plan recruits new investigators from multiple entry levels, ranging from graduate students to postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty members.

If you are interested in learning more, or inquiring about available positions, please contact stephanie.omalley@yale.edu.

Tobacco Regulatory Science Course

An integral component of the training and mentoring plan is the Tobacco Regulatory Science Course that is offered through the Yale School of Public Health. Read more about the course.

Current Trainees

Former Trainees

John Buckell, PhD
Dr. Buckell continues to work on the Yale TCORS 2.0 as a consultant on a pilot project.

Elise DeVito, PhD
Dr. DeVito continues to work on the Yale TCORS as a Co-Investigator on Project 2.

Yann Mineur, PhD
Dr. Mineur continues to work on the Yale TCORS as a Co-Investigator on Project 1.

Patricia Simon, PhD
Dr. Simon continues to work on the Yale TCORS as a Co-Investigator on the Admin Core to analyze the PATH data set and provide PATH expertise to Center Investigators.

Laura Rupprecht, PhD

Margaret Mayer, PhD