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The goal of the study is to examine the effects that vaping has on the respiratory system.

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Dr. Emily Hébert, a post-doctoral fellow at the Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine, has received a highly competitive federal grant that will launch her research career focused on using mobile technology for tobacco cessation.

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People who are interested in giving up tobacco are invited to an event June 12 at the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center, a program of the Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine. There is no cost to participate in this event.

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A study published this month in Tobacco Regulatory Science found most Americans  think lawmakers should not trust tobacco companies and should reject their efforts to interfere in the lawmaking process.

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The Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center (OTRC) of the Stephenson Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City announces a post-doctoral fellowship opportunity (1-3 year appointments) for a fellow who aspires to become an independent academic researcher in the areas of tobacco regulatory science research, tobacco health communication, tobacco use/cessation, and/or health disparities and comorbidities research. The fellow will be encouraged to develop new research in related areas and will have the opportunity to be involved in ongoing NIH/FDA-funded clinical trials on tobacco use, as well as secondary analysis of completed NIH/FDA studies.

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