Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

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Society Mission

The mission of the Society is to stimulate the generation of new knowledge concerning nicotine in all its manifestations - from molecular to societal. The Society has three main aims:

  1. To sponsor scientific meetings and publications fostering the exchange of information on nicotine and tobacco.
  2. To encourage scientific research on public health efforts for the prevention and treatment of tobacco use.
  3. To provide a means by which legislative, governmental, regulatory and other public agencies can obtain expert advice and consultation on nicotine and tobacco.

Society Values

As a nonprofit, member-focused association, SRNT is mission-oriented and values-driven. The values that inform Board policy and organizational activities include:

  • Commitment to the public good
  • Accountability to the members and to the public
  • Respect for the worth and dignity of individuals
  • Inclusiveness and social justice
  • Respect for pluralism and diversity
  • Transparency, integrity, and honesty
  • Responsible stewardship of resources
  • Commitment to excellence and to maintaining the public trust
  • Commitment to the promotion of excellence in science
  • Commitment to use of the evidence base in all aspects of public policy, education and information
  • Commitment to personal and professional honor
  • Respect for all persons, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, abilities, age or national origin
  • Commitment to serving the best interest of members and the profession at large