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The Tobacco Research and Treatment Center at Massachusetts General Hospital combines clinical care and scientific investigation to reduce the health consequences of tobacco use.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Tobacco Research and Treatment Center is to reduce the toll of tobacco-related disease by (1) identifying innovative tobacco cessation treatments, (2) promoting the delivery of effective tobacco cessation treatment in the health care delivery system and (3) evaluating the impact of tobacco control public policies.

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Tobacco Research and Treatment Center

100 Cambridge St., Floor 16
BostonMA 02114
  • Phone:  617-724-4709

Call for Applications: K12 Grant

MGH Career Development Program in Substance Use and Addiction Medicine

We are pleased to announce a new K12 Career Development Program in Substance Use and Addiction Medicine based at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health. The Program is a collaboration of the MGH Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry. Program Directors are A. Eden Evins (Psychiatry) and Nancy Rigotti (Medicine).

This program will provide salary, training and project support for a 2- to 5-year period of intensive mentored research training and career development for promising post-doctoral clinician-scientists who aim to establish independent research programs in patient-oriented substance use and addiction research. Research and training proposals are sought on a broad range of substance use and addiction medicine topics that include but are not limited to laboratory, clinical, or epidemiologic research into such topics as risk factors, neurobiologic mechanisms of addiction and recovery, treatment development, implementation of validated interventions, factors associated with recovery, and policy.

Click here for more information about program and how to apply.

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