Study: Paternal Nicotine Exposure Affects Offspring's Neurobehavior

May 20, 2019

Faculty from DIBS Center on Addiction & Behavior Change discuss impact

Picture of speaker at 2018 CABC Symposium on Light Smoking

Speaker at 2018 Center on Addiction & Behavior Change Symposium at Duke

Researchers with the DIBS Center on Addiction & Behavior Change have published a study in Neurotoxicology and Teratology demonstrating links between paternal nicotine exposure and impact on offspring's neurobehaviors. Please click HERE to see the study.

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