Nicotine and Tobacco Research Mentored Fellowship

These fellowships are designed to enhance student skills and competencies in tobacco-related research and provide an opportunity for hands-on faculty-mentored experiences for students and postdoctoral fellows. The fellowship is directly connected to a faculty research project that will lead to a grant submission.

Learning Opportunities for Students

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The CST offers classes that aim to strengthen the research workforce and prepare students to compete for jobs that directly address the tobacco epidemic. The courses offered include:

  • Tobacco Prevention and Control
  • Community Organizing for Health
  • Issues in Tobacco Regulatory Science

With these courses, students will not only enhance their knowledge of tobacco prevention and control, but also improve their problem-solving, analytical, communications, ethical, and collaborative skills to address tobacco use and exposure in multiple settings.

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