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6-Month Research Report
Click below to see what UW-CTRI researchers accomplished in the first half of 2014.

Published Papers New Studies Active Studies Recent Studies

 

 

 

New England Journal of Medicine Paper: ACA Calls for Coverage to Quit Smoking: Will Insurers Do the Right Thing?
UW Researchers Identify Key Reason Some Smokers May Struggle So Much to Quit
Schlam Receives Research Award
Study: Those with Most Severe Psychiatric Symptoms Most Likely to Refill Quit-Smoking Meds
Piper Becomes Associate Director of Research
Genetics Research: Meds Can Help Smokers Overcome Risk Factors to Quit
Quarter-Million Youth Tried E-Cigs in 2013, More than Twice as Likely to Try Smoking
Study: African American Women Struggle Most to Quit Menthols
Second Time the Charm for Study Participant to Quit Smoking
 

Research Program Overview
The University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CTRI) is nationally recognized for its tobacco research. UW-CTRI is also a leader in translating tobacco research results into cutting-edge tobacco treatment.
UW-CTRI conducts research not just in labs, but also in healthcare clinics throughout Wisconsin.

Research Publications Since Inception
All UW-CTRI Publications, 1992-present

Research Projects

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