Jennifer Tidey studies biological, environmental and social factors that contribute to the high rates of cigarette smoking, particularly among people with serious mental illness, in order to inform regulatory and treatment approaches to reducing tobacco and other substance use disorders.
Jennifer Tidey is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown Medical School and the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Brown University's School of Public Health. She is a core and training faculty member of Brown University's Center for Alcohol and Addictions Studies (CAAS). Trained as a behavioral pharmacologist at Tufts University, she completed post-graduate training at Harvard University and the University of Vermont before coming to Brown in 1999. Her primary research area is the identification of biological and environmental mechanisms that contribute to the high rates of cigarette smoking among people with serious mental illness. She is the Director of the CAAS Addictive Behaviors Laboratory, an Associate Director of the CAAS NIDA T32 Post-doctoral Training program, and an Associate Editor for the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
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