Noah Gubner, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Institute for Health Policy Studies|
|Address||3333 California Street|
San Francisco CA 94118
|National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)||2016
||2018||F32 NRSA DA042554|
||2017||RAP Developmental Award|
||2016||NIH-NCI R25CA113710: Postdoctoral training in tobacco control|
|National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)||2012
||2013||F31 NRSA AA020732 |
|American Psychological Association (APA)||2012||APA Dissertation Research Award |
|Oregon Health & Science University Foundation||2011||N.L. Tartar Fellowship |
|Research Service Award National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)||2009
||2012||NIAAA T32 AA 007468: Predoctoral Institutional Research Training Grant |
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.
Derived automatically from this person's publications.
People in Profiles who have published with this person.
People who share related concepts with this person.