Considering the wide range of available tobacco and nicotine products, effective regulation requires substantial research on both product usage and health impacts, as well as understanding of the outcomes and validity of that research. This webinar will cover the basics of academic research, including study design, data gathering, and data analysis, along with the role of research in FDA application review and public health messaging.

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Priscilla Callahan-Lyon, Senior Science Advisor, Office of the Center Director, CTP, FDA
Saul Shiffman, Senior Scientific Advisor, Behavioral Science, Study Design, and Analysis, Pinney Associates and Professor, Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
Moderated by K. Michael Cummings, Professor, Medical University of South Carolina

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