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UBNow features Dr. Rebecca Ashare!

ENABLE Lab’s Dr. Rebecca Ashare shares her perspective on the rescheduling of cannabis by the Drug Enforcement Administration to a Schedule III substance and how it will impact the feasibility of generating high-quality rigorous research. For the full article, click here.

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Congratulations Class of 2024!

The ENABLE Lab is proud to congratulate Esther Turay and Marco Felipe, University at Buffalo’s Class of 2024! We wish you all the best in your next chapter!

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PhD student Brittney Greene successfully defends 2nd Year Preliminary Project!

¬†Congratulations to PhD student Brittney Greene who successfully defended her 2nd¬†Year Preliminary Project entitled: “Examining the Role of Alternative Reinforcers in Smoking Cessation Outcomes between People with and without HIV!”

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Incoming graduate student Ashlan Hubbard presents at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Conference

Ashlan Hubbard (right) presenting her work titled, “Breaking Blind: Perceived Treatment Assignment Across the Pre-Quit Period of a Placebo Controlled Trial” at SRNT.

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ENABLE Lab has PRIDE!

The ENABLE lab joined up with the Intercultural and Diversity Center for UB’s Pride Week March! For an extensive look at the event, click here.

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New commentary article published!

Check out the newly published article titled, “Toward reducing racialized pain care disparities: Approaching cannabis research and access through the lens of equity and inclusion,” featuring Dr. Rebecca Ashare. Visit the link to access the full article.

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“Nicotine Metabolite Ratio Decreases After Switching Off Efavirenz-Based Therapy in People With HIV Who Smoke”

A new article featuring Dr. Rebecca Ashare has been published! Click the link to take a look.

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Dr. Rebecca Ashare awarded $3.2M grant from NCI

Dr. Rebecca Ashare has been awarded a 3.2 million dollar grant from the National Cancer Institute to study the impact of cannabis on immunotherapy! Read more about this exciting multi-site project here.

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Tina Nguyen accepted in to MS program at UB!

Congratulations to ENABLE Lab’s Research Assistant Tina Nguyen for her acceptance to the Masters of Science Graduate program at the University at Buffalo!

Learn more about UB’s graduate programs here: https://www.buffalo.edu/grad/explore/about/programs.html

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ENABLE Lab’s Dr. Rebecca Ashare featured in a new article!

Check out “Medical Marijuana for Black Americans With Cancer: Why Disparities Exist and How to Gain Access,” By Taneia Surles featuring ENABLE Lab’s Dr. Rebecca Ashare!

View the article here: https://www.everydayhealth.com/cancer/medical-marijuana-for-black-americans-why-disparities-exist-and-how-to-gain-access/