Distinguished Seminar Speaker Series Videos

Brandon Henderson, Ph.D. - Why flavored vaping devices may be popular: chemical flavors alter midbrain neurons to trigger addiction-related behavior

Shyanika Rose, Ph.D. - Flavored Tobacco Regulation as a Health Equity Policy

Megan E. Roberts, Ph.D. - Youth, Retailers, and Licensing Law Strategies

Desmond Jenson, J.D.- Updates on Federal Tobacco Regulation: Everything You Need to Know- February 14, 2020

April Roeseler, B.S.N, M.S.P.H. - End Tobacco Use, End Nicotine Addiction, End the Epidemic

Melissa Mercincavage, Ph.D. - Experimental Approaches to Evaluate Use and Perceptions of Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes and Their Marketing

Eric Donny, Ph.D. - Translating Science Into Policy: Limiting Nicotine In Cigarettes to Improve Public Health

Jason Oliver, Ph.D. - Addiction Neuroscience:Shaping Treatment and Informing Policy

Ron Borland, Ph.D. - Vaporized Nicotine: Threat or Opportunity? Insights from Down Under

Ian McLaughlin, J.D.- Regulating E-cigarettes and Research Needs

Heather Wipfli, Ph.D. - The Global War on Tobacco: Mapping the World's First Public Health Treaty

Scott Leischow, Ph.D. - State of Science Regarding E-cigs for Smoking Cessation

Patricia Henderson, M.D., M.P.H.- Tobacco Control in Indian Country

Pamela Dalton, Ph.D., M.P.H.- How Flavorings Can Affect Perception, Use & Safety of E-cigarettes

Jonathan Samet, M.S., M.D. - 50th Anniversary Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health

Hana Ross, Ph.D.- Tobacco Regulatory Science- Lessons Learned

Melanie Wakefield, Ph.D. - Plain Packaging of Tobacco in Australia

Laszlo Pinter-Using State of the Art Computer Applications for Content Coding of Health Related Websites

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