|Nicotine Metabolism Genes Webinar|
Basic Science and Genetics Networks Webinar
"Influence of Nicotine Metabolism Genes on Smoking Throughout the Tobacco Use Continuum: From Adolescence to Adulthood"
Hosted by Meghan Chenoweth, moderated by Rachel Tyndale (December 10, 2015)
Dr. Meghan Chenoweth is a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Dr. Rachel Tyndale at the University of Toronto. She recently completed a PhD in Pharmacology with Dr. Tyndale, where she studied genetic and environmental sources of variation in nicotine metabolism, and associations with smoking cessation in adolescents and adults. As part of her postdoctoral studies, Dr. Chenoweth hopes to extend her PhD work by uncovering novel genetic signals for smoking cessation outcomes using genome-wide approaches in treatment-seeking smokers. Dr. Chenoweth previously completed undergraduate studies and a Master of Science degree at the University of Guelph and McMaster University, respectively.
3/8/2017 » 3/31/2017
2017 SRNT Annual Meeting
3/28/2017 » 3/29/2017
TREATING TOBACCO DEPENDENCE IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SETTINGS