TRIP offers several opportunities for smokers in the community and nationwide to participate in research. The nature of these studies changes over time. Some studies might take less than an hour while others might be ongoing for months. Participation may involve being interviewed, completing questionnaires and laboratory tasks, and/or smoking in the laboratory. Participants are often paid for their participation. Below are the ongoing studies, some of which are open to recruitment.
Facilitating Smoking Cessation with Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes
Cigarette Smokers Interested in Quitting Needed for Research Study!
If you are a current cigarette smoker, you may qualify for a study conducted at the Moffitt Cancer Center by the Tobacco Research and Intervention Program (TRIP). Participants will receive treatment to help quit smoking at no cost!
You will be compensated for your time and effort. If you are interested or want more information, please contact:
Are you a smoker interested in quitting smoking? You may qualify for a study that will be using smartphones to send mindfulness messages to help you quit smoking. This study offers in-person counseling and nicotine replacement therapy at no cost to you.
If you have any question about this study or you are interested in participating, please contact:
E-cigarette and Smoking Study
If you smoke cigarettes and use an e-cigarette daily, and are over the age of 18, you may qualify for a study about smoking and vaping. If you are interested, please call 813-745-7880 and refer to the “E-cigarette and Smoking Study” to determine if you qualify and to schedule an appointment.
Are you a social drinker who wants to quit smoking cigarettes? You may qualify for a study that examines group-based intervention to assist you in reaching your goals. This study offers treatment at no cost to participants.
If you are interested in participating, please contact: