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    Noah Gubner, PhD

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentPsychiatry
    Address3333 California Street
    San Francisco CA 94118
    Phone415-514-2952
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      National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)2016 - 2018F32 NRSA DA042554
      UCSF TCORS2016 - 2017RAP Developmental Award
      UCSF TCORS2014 - 2016NIH-NCI R25CA113710: Postdoctoral training in tobacco control
      National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)2012 - 2013F31 NRSA AA020732
      American Psychological Association (APA)2012APA Dissertation Research Award
      Oregon Health & Science University Foundation2011N.L. Tartar Fellowship
      Research Service Award National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)2009 - 2012NIAAA T32 AA 007468: Predoctoral Institutional Research Training Grant

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      As a postdoctoral fellow at UCSF I am working on several related projects examining interactions between alcohol and tobacco. I am interested in how chronic alcohol consumption may alter the rate that nicotine is metabolized, and how this relates to differences in smoking amount and dependence. I am also examining the prevalence and characteristic of E-cigarette use by individuals in treatment for drug and alcohol dependence. The goal of this work is to understand how a population with a high rate of tobacco dependence and poor smoking cessation outcomes is using these new nicotine delivery devices.

      I received my PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR. My dissertation research utilized behavioral and genetic animal models that have been well established for alcohol research to study the combined effects of nicotine and alcohol on reward and neuroadaptation.


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      1. Guydish J, Tajima B, Pramod S, Le T, Gubner NR, Campbell B, Roman P. Use of multiple tobacco products in a national sample of persons enrolled in addiction treatment. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2016 Sep 1; 166:93-9. PMID: 27449271.
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      2. Gubner NR, Andrews KB, Mohammad-Zadeh A, Lisha NE, Guydish J. Electronic-cigarette use by individuals in treatment for substance abuse: A survey of 24 treatment centers in the United States. Addict Behav. 2016 Dec; 63:45-50. PMID: 27423097.
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      3. Ross KC, Gubner NR, Tyndale RF, Hawk LW, Lerman C, George TP, Cinciripini P, Schnoll RA, Benowitz NL. Racial differences in the relationship between rate of nicotine metabolism and nicotine intake from cigarette smoking. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2016 Sep; 148:1-7. PMID: 27180107.
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      4. Gubner NR, Delucchi KL, Ramo DE. Associations between binge drinking frequency and tobacco use among young adults. Addict Behav. 2016 Sep; 60:191-6. PMID: 27156220.
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      5. Gubner NR, Kozar-Konieczna A, Szoltysek-Boldys I, Slodczyk-Mankowska E, Goniewicz J, Sobczak A, Jacob P, Benowitz NL, Goniewicz ML. Cessation of alcohol consumption decreases rate of nicotine metabolism in male alcohol-dependent smokers. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2016 Jun 1; 163:157-64. PMID: 27107849.
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      6. Gubner NR, Phillips TJ. Effects of nicotine on ethanol-induced locomotor sensitization: A model of neuroadaptation. Behav Brain Res. 2015 Jul 15; 288:26-32. PMID: 25857831; PMCID: PMC4442015 [Available on 07/15/16].
      7. Gubner NR, Cunningham CL, Phillips TJ. Nicotine enhances the locomotor stimulating but not the conditioned rewarding effect of ethanol in DBA/2J mice. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2015 Jan; 39(1):64-72. PMID: 25623407; PMCID: PMC4312001 [Available on 01/01/16].
      8. Gubner NR, McKinnon CS, Phillips TJ. Effects of varenicline on ethanol-induced conditioned place preference, locomotor stimulation, and sensitization. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2014 Dec; 38(12):3033-42. PMID: 25581658; PMCID: PMC4293040 [Available on 12/01/15].
      9. Gubner NR, Reed C, McKinnon CS, Phillips TJ. Unique genetic factors influence sensitivity to the rewarding and aversive effects of methamphetamine versus cocaine. Behav Brain Res. 2013 Nov 1; 256:420-7. PMID: 23994231; PMCID: PMC3907175.
      10. Gubner NR, McKinnon CS, Reed C, Phillips TJ. Accentuating effects of nicotine on ethanol response in mice with high genetic predisposition to ethanol-induced locomotor stimulation. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2013 Jan 1; 127(1-3):108-14. PMID: 22795175; PMCID: PMC3505243.
      11. Shabani S, Foster R, Gubner N, Phillips TJ, Mark GP. Muscarinic type 2 receptors in the lateral dorsal tegmental area modulate cocaine and food seeking behavior in rats. Neuroscience. 2010 Oct 13; 170(2):559-69. PMID: 20667466; PMCID: PMC2936824.
      12. Gubner NR, Wilhelm CJ, Phillips TJ, Mitchell SH. Strain differences in behavioral inhibition in a Go/No-go task demonstrated using 15 inbred mouse strains. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2010 Aug; 34(8):1353-62. PMID: 20491731; PMCID: PMC3336215.
      13. Helms CM, Gubner NR, Wilhelm CJ, Mitchell SH, Grandy DK. D4 receptor deficiency in mice has limited effects on impulsivity and novelty seeking. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2008 Sep; 90(3):387-93. PMID: 18456309; PMCID: PMC2603181.
      14. Phillips TJ, Gubner NR (2013). . Addiction and Genes: Animal Models. eLS (Encyclopedia of Life Sciences) John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
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