ANCHOR Lab
ANCHOR Lab
Adolescent/Child Health and Tobacco Research Lab

Primary Research Studies

Food Insecurity, Sociodemographic, and Health Outcomes in Pediatric Food Allergy (FISH Study)

This pilot study will examine associations between the ability to purchase allergen-free foods and other psychosocial variables among families of children with food allergy.

This study is in collaboration with the Oklahoma Allergy and Asthma Clinic.

IRB #10400

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Respiratory Effects of E-Cigarettes and Related Factors (REEF Study)

This study will examine the respiratory effects of e-cigarettes among youth (aged 15-17) and young adults (aged 18 - 21).

New E-Cigarettes and Metabolic Outcomes (NEMO Study)

This pilot study will evaluate the impact of e-cigarettes on acute increases in inflammation and glucose.

Additional Research Studies

 

Emerging Tobacco Product Use Among College Students

This study will following a cohort of college students from freshman to senior year to examine patterns of tobacco use. We will also examine perceptions around current and emerging tobacco products as well as use among peers/romantic partners.

This study is in collaboration with Dr. Angela Bell at Lafayette College.

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E-Cigarette Aerosol Exposure and Respiratory Illness

In collaboration with Dr. Amanda Bogie of the Pediatric Emergency Department of the Children’s Hospital, we will examine associations between e-cigarette exposure and respiratory illness in children.

Pediatric Emergency Department-Initiated Intervention to Reduce Child Exposure to E-Cigarette Aerosol

This pilot study will examine the feasibility and acceptability of an emergency department intervention to reduce e-cigarette exposure among children. This is another collaboration with Dr. Amanda Bogie of the Pediatric Emergency Department of the Children’s Hospital.

 

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