Research Studies

Current Studies

Adaptive Pharmacotherapy Study (Quit Smoking Study)

If you are looking for a way to stop smoking, participating in a research study may be right for you! The Duke Center for Smoking Cessation is currently looking for participants 18 years or older who smoke cigarettes. This study uses the Nicotine Patch or Varenicline (Chantix) and Bupropion, and you are paid for your time. Help us assist you and other smokers by contributing to research that could lead to new treatment options in the future! If you are interested, call (919) 668-9354 or click here for more information and a preliminary survey.

E-Cigarette Study 

Would you like to satisfy your nicotine cravings and use fewer cigarettes? The purpose of this 12-week research study is to investigate whether using electronic cigarettes and Nicotine Patches can help people like you switch from smoking regular burning cigarettes. Cigarette smokers who are eligible to participate will receive all study-related care and study materials at no cost and you are paid for your time. If you are interested, call (919) 668-5055 or click here and together, we may be able to help you reduce your need to smoke!

 

Alternatively, for either study you can email dukesmoking@duke.edu, or drop us a line via our Contact Page.