Tobacco and Nicotine Research Interest Group (TARNIG)
The NIH Tobacco and Nicotine Research Interest Group (TANRIG) was formed in January 2003 with the goal of increasing collaboration, coordination, and communication of tobacco- and nicotine-related research among NIH Institutes and Centers, and with partnering DHHS agencies. Membership is limited to employees of the federal government. TANRIG is made up of nearly 150 members, many who have been involved since the initiation of the group in 2003. NIH members are from 16 different institutes, 3 OD programs, and 1 center.
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- Michele Bloch, M.D., Ph.D., NCI
- Helen Meissner, Sc.M., Ph.D., Office of Disease Prevention
- Kevin Walton, Ph.D., NIDA
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