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TARG pleased to be part of new UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies

28 May 2013

The UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies has recently received funding to expand its focus to alcohol research, and will now become the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.

The UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies has recently received funding to expand its focus to alcohol research, and will now become the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.

The UKCTAS is a research centre that includes 13 University teams working on tobacco and alcohol research. Twelve of these teams are based in the UK at the following Universities (Bath, Bristol (TARG), Edinburgh, Kings College, Liverpool, Nottingham, Oxford, Queen Mary, Sheffield, Stirling, University College London, York) and one in New Zealand (Massey University). The centre is one of 5 UK Centres for Public Health Excellence and is funded by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration. Researchers within the centre come from a range of academic disciplines from clinical medicine to social policy. They conduct work on tobacco and alcohol use throughout the lifecourse with a particular focus on informing policies and interventions to reduce the harms from both these products.

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