Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems and E-Liquid Modifications to Vape Cannabis Depicted in Online Videos
Rachel Ouellette, PhD; Sophia Selino, BA; and Grace Kong, PhD, are co-authors of a paper in JAMA Network Open that analyzed YouTube videos for use, modification, and marketing of electronic nicotine delivery systems to vape cannabis.
- September 27, 2023
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have renewed a $20 million grant for the Yale Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (TCORS). The Yale center is led by co-directors Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, PhD, Albert E. Kent Professor of Psychiatry; and Stephanie O’Malley, PhD, Elizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor of Psychiatry.
- August 11, 2023Source: Youtube | Women's Health Research at Yale
The short answer .... yes. A viewpoint by Women's Health Research at Yale, published in JAMA, explains the differences in tobacco use and how public health leaders can use the information to improve tobacco policies and regulations.
- August 02, 2023
Patricia Simon, PhD, assistant professor adjunct of psychiatry, has been invited to present at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Diversity Supplement Professional Development Workshop.
- July 03, 2023
Angela M. Haeny, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and director of the Racial Equity & Addiction Lab, was the recipient of the 2023 Early Career Investigator Award from the Translational Mechanisms of Behavior Change (MOBC) Satellite Meeting at the Research Society on Alcohol (RSA).
- May 30, 2023Source: JAMA
Danielle R. Davis, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry; Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, PhD, Albert E. Kent Professor of Psychiatry; and Carolyn M. Mazure, PhD, Norma Weinberg Spungen and Joan Lebson Bildner Professor in Women's Health Research and Professor of Psychiatry and of Psychology, and director, Women's Health Research at Yale, provide examples of proposed regulatory changes by the FDA that could benefit from a greater focus on women and the influence of sex and gender on tobacco use.
- April 27, 2023
Investigating the associations of acute psychedelic experiences and changes in racial trauma symptoms, psychological flexibility, and substance use among People with Racial and Ethnic Minoritized Identities in the United States and CanadaSource: Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment
Angela Haeny, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, and a team of Yale Psychiatry researchers investigated the impact of psychedelics on substance use outcomes among people of color.
- April 10, 2023
Lisa Fucito, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry, and Kelly DeMartini, PhD, research scientist in psychiatry, have been awarded a $3.21 million grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism for the study, “Deep Phenotyping of Heavy Drinking in Young Adults with Behavioral Scales, Neuropsychological Tasks, and Smartphone Sensing Technology.”
- February 22, 2023
Yale Study: First Nicotine Product Tried Correlates With Current Product Use and Nicotine Dependence in YouthSource: Preventive Medicine
Young people who use smokeless tobacco as their first nicotine product may be more likely to try other nicotine products and develop nicotine dependence, according to a new study by Yale researchers. Patricia Simon, PhD, assistant professor adjunct of psychiatry, is the study's first author.
- February 20, 2022
Dr. Grace Kong shares her thoughts in honor of National Cancer Prevention Awareness Month