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This is an observational, crossover design that will examine the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of impact of smoking tobacco cigarettes or vaping the JUUL electronic cigarette.
The purpose of this study is to determine differences in nicotine delivery, user behavior, subjective effects, and physiological effects, when cigarette smokers use an two new electronic cigarette devices (JUUL and IQOS) relative to their using their own brand of cigarettes.
The JUUL 5% Electronic Nicotine Delivery System (ENDS) is being studied as an alternative to combustible cigarette use. This study aims to find out how much nicotine is in the blood and urine of healthy adult subjects after using three JUUL 5% ENDS compared to smoking usual brands of combustible cigarettes and stopping smoking.
An Open-Label, Single-Center Study to Evaluate Selected Constituents in the Exhaled Breath Samples From the Use of JUUL Nicotine Salt Pod System Product (5% and 3% Virginia Tobacco, Mint, Mango, Menthol) Users and Conventional Cigarettes (Non-Menthol and Menthol Flavors)
A Randomized, Open Label, Parallel Group Study in Adult Smokers to Evaluate Changes in Biomarkers of Cigarette Smoke Exposure After Switching Either Exclusively or Partly to using JUUL Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems With Two Different Nicotine Concentrations
A Randomized, Open-Label, Cross-Over Study to Assess Nicotine Uptake and Subjective Measures with Use of JUUL 5% Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) Compared to Usual Brand Combustible Cigarettes, a Comparator E-Cigarette, and Nicotine Gum in Healthy Adult Smokers
This study will evaluate a reward devaluation strategy in which smokers use the JUUL e-cigarette immediately before any combustible cigarettes (CCs) are smoked. This procedure is predicted to accomplish three goals: 1) the rewarding effects of CC will be disrupted because subjects will already have attained fairly high peak nicotine concentrations immediately before smoking the cigarette. This reduces the rewarding effect of smoking, in part from receptor desensitization that o...
An open-label, single center, three-arm observational study to examine emissions from e-cigarettes versus conventional cigarettes under three environmental settings of typical residential, office and hospitality facilities.
A Ten Sequence, Open Label, Randomized Crossover Study Comparing Nicotine Pharmacokinetics of JUUL 1.7% and JUUL 5% Nicotine Salt Based ENDS Products, in Healthy Adult Smokers.
A randomized, open label, 2-group, 4-period cross-over study in adult closed system ENDS consumers designed to evaluate puff topography parameters with use of JUUL ENDS products (Virginia Tobacco, Menthol, Mint, and Mango flavors, each at 5% and 3% nicotine strengths).
The goal of this research is to understand the potential impact of two new FDA strategies to ensure the availability of safer Alternative Nicotine Delivery Systems (ANDS) and to reduce the nicotine content in combustible cigarettes to non-addictive levels. Specifically, this research will examine how well ANDS and very low nicotine cigarettes (VLNCs) can work alone or in combination with the current strategy of providing a safe source of nicotine via nicotine replacement medica...
The use of the smokeSCREEN VR (Invite Only VR), with the aim to prevent the initiation of e-cigarette use in teens by increasing their knowledge, decreasing their intentions to use e-cigarettes, influencing their harm perceptions and attitudes associated with e-cigarettes, and increasing self-efficacy associated with refusing peers involving e-cigarettes.
The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility of using e-cigarettes as a method for harm reduction and the effects of providing e-cigarettes (or placebo e-cigarettes) on smoking outcomes. Participants will be randomized to receive either e-cigarettes with nicotine cartridges or e-cigarettes with placebo cartridges, and followed for 3 weeks.
To date the majority of experimental tobacco regulatory science has focused specifically on the impact of possible tobacco product standards (e.g. limiting e-cigarette flavor) on the use of the single tobacco product targeted by the standard (e.g. e-cigarettes) among individuals who primarily or solely use the targeted product (e.g. vapers). Whereas this "single target" approach has yielded a large amount of actionable evidence, it has also resulted in a significant gap in the ...
This study plans to investigate whether using electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) or skin patches containing nicotine affects switching from smoking conventional combustible (burning) cigarettes.
This sub-study component (n = 60) of The Exchange Project will: characterize reductions in cigarette smoking following the provision of: 1) an e-cigarette device (JUUL) and supplies (device charger, JUULpods), 2) financial incentives for biochemically-verified cigarette cessation + standard nicotine replacement therapy, or 3) JUUL + financial incentives for cigarette cessation, among homeless adults randomized to 1 of the 3 intervention arms.
It is well established in the scientific literature that people with schizophrenia smoke tobacco cigarettes at rates up to three times that of the general population, relapse more frequently, and die an average of 25 years earlier from cigarette smoking and other life-style attributable illnesses. Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are becoming increasingly popular with smokers worldwide and new research suggests that e-cigarettes are appealing to smokers with schizophrenia. ...
Developed from adapting and combining two evidence-based programs, Project CONNECT (a linkage-to-services program that targets barriers within the probation and substance abuse treatment systems) and TIES (a program that teaches family engagement skills to providers), Family CONNECT is a linkage-to-services program that targets both family and system-level factors to increase youth use of and retention in substance use services. Using Linkage Specialists embedded within probati...
Electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes) and new heat-not-burn tobacco products such as IQOS®, an electronic device that heats a cigarette-like stick without combustion, are a modern and technological surrogate of traditional tobacco cigarettes (T-cigarettes), that are entering in the commercial market. While the negative effects of the traditional cigarette are well known, little data are reported in scientific literature on the risks on the health by these new smoking devices. E...
The purpose of this study is to estimate nicotine uptake and assess subjective effects during ad libitum use sessions of 4 flavors of JUUL ENDS (also referred to as nicotine salt pod system; NSPS) products (i.e., Virginia Tobacco, Mint, Menthol and Mango) with 2 different nicotine concentrations. Subjective effects will also be assessed to gain an understanding of the user's experience during and after JUUL ENDS product use to evaluate the abuse liability of the products. The s...
Adolescents are an important vulnerable population to consider as the FDA moves toward a nicotine reduction policy. Such a policy, which would mandate a reduction of nicotine in all commercially available cigarettes, has the potential to transform public health and greatly reduce the toll of tobacco-related death and disease. Yet, data on the effects of such a policy on cigarette use among adolescents are lacking. Further, the advent of e-cigarettes and the popularity of altern...
This study is an examination of the influence of sweet and cooling flavors on the appeal and abuse potential of nicotine-containing e-cigarettes among susceptible youth.
Background: Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are battery-powered devices heating a liquid (e-liquid) composed of propylene glycol and/or vegetable glycerin, and most commonly, nicotine to form an aerosol (vapor) that is inhaled (i.e. "vaped"). Scarce and conflicting data are available regarding the cardiovascular toxicity of e-cigarettes. We wish to determine the acute effects of propylene glycol/vegetable glycerin and nicotine vaporization at high temperature in comparison...
Recently, Maziak established a clinical lab at FIU to test the potential of waterpipe tobacco flavor regulation by the FDA. Given the importance of flavors on adolescent ENDS uptake and use, this lab is equipped to study the impact of flavor manipulations among adolescent ENDS users. In this study will recruit 80 young (18-24) JUUL users, in a 2x2 cross over lab study where in one condition they will use their JUUL preferred flavor and the other JUUL standard tobacco flavor. Ou...
This project will examine the impact of very low nicotine content (VLNC) cigarettes in a complex tobacco and nicotine product marketplace. We will compare the number of cigarettes smoked, use of alternative nicotine-containing products, biomarkers of toxicant exposure and days abstinence from cigarettes in an experimental marketplace that contains VLNC cigarettes versus normal nicotine content (NNC) cigarettes.