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Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute holding smoking study

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VTCRI news release

The Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute is conducting a brain imaging study on cigarette smokers. Eligible participants must meet the following criteria:

  • Current smokers, age 18 to 55
  • Smoke at least five cigarettes per day
  • Have been smoking for the past year

You will be compensated for your time. Eligible participants typically make $50 for the first session and $30 for the second session, with the potential to earn an additional $75.

We have two locations, Blacksburg and Roanoke, and scheduling is very flexible to best accommodate your schedule.

If interested, contact Andre Plate at 540-526-2068 for more information

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