Research Center Profile:
The Duke Center for Smoking Cessation (also known as the Duke CSC), under the direction of Dr. Jed Rose, is a multidisciplinary, multisite center working to elucidate the biological mechanisms underlying tobacco addiction and to promote the development of more effective smoking cessation treatments.
The Duke CSC studies test investigational approaches, while others investigate the efficacy of using existing treatments in new ways.
The Duke CSC is a medically-supervised research center, which means a person must qualify in order to participate in one of our studies. The center offers two types of studies:
- Quit studies are designed to help people quit smoking, using new types of treatments and therapies. Participants in these studies will be asked to quit smoking.
- Research studies are designed to further research, and participants in these studies are required to keep smoking.
All research studies are reviewed and approved by the Duke University Health System Institutional Review Board.
Study Site Locations
6000 Fairview Rd. Ste. 225
Charlotte, NC 28210
250 Executive Park Blvd. Ste. 105
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
3400 Executive Dr. Bld C, Ste 207
Raleigh, NC 27609
If you are interested in contacting this center to discuss placing a clinical
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