Cigarette smokers needed for Johns Hopkins study

Healthy men and women who smoke cigarettes and are 18-35 years old are needed to participate in a research study at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

This is not a treatment study. The study tests factors that influence smoking behavior. Participation involves an initial phone screening and an in-person three-hour screening visit. If you qualify for this study, you will have an additional nine in-person visits lasting approximately four hours each. Morning, afternoon, and evening times are available for in-person visits. You will be paid up to $930 for completing the entire study.

For more information, call 410-550-1465. Or use the link here to apply to the study online.

Principal investigator: Matthew Johnson, PhD
Protocol number: IRB00264306