Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT 2018)

SRNT’s Annual Meeting provides an excellent opportunity for attendees of all experience levels to participate in the highest caliber of professional programming devoted to research and practice in the field of nicotine and tobacco research. The Annual Meeting includes an education-packed scientific program that allows more than 1,100 international attendees to stay current with the latest breaking research.


22 February

11:00 to 11:15

C Acquadro

Linguistic validation of the Perceived Risk Instrument (PRI) into French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish and Russian

22 February

11:00 to 11:15

C Tran

A multi-center multiregional study on biological and functional changes in healthy adult smokers during one year of continuous smoking abstinence

22 February

11:30 to 11:35

C Chrea

Development of a tobacco and nicotine products dependence instrument

22 February

11:50 to 12:05

J Magnette

Methodology for monitoring adverse event reports for potential modified risk tobacco products: experience at Philip Morris International

23 February

11:30 to 11:45

F Beacher

The relationship between intended use and perceived health risk for a novel heat-not-burn tobacco product

24 February

11:50 to 12:12

T Salzberger

Psychometric evaluation of the mCEQ applied to cigarettes and heat-notburn products in the US and Japan

24 February

12:50 to 12:55

S Djurdjevic

Prediction of diseasespecific death rates by using forecasts of their key predictive ecological indicators

24 February

14:42 to 14:50

F Zanetti

Comparative effect of a candidate modified risk tobacco product aerosol and cigarette smoke on color stability of enamel, dentin and dental composite resins