Pamela Clark's research focus areas are the characterization of manipulated tobacco products, such as menthol cigarettes and cigarettes with variation in smoke pH, as well as the characterization and abuse liability assessment of alternative nicotine/tobacco products, such as hookah (water pipe), electronic nicotine delivery devices (e-cigarettes) and smokeless tobacco (snus).
PhD, Epidemiology, 1993
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
MSPH, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, 1990
University of South Florida
BSN, Nursing, 1988
University of South Florida, December 1988
HLTH301 Epidemiology for Public Health Practice
Clark PI, Babu S, Sharma E. Menthol Cigarettes. What do we know? Report to the World Health Organization, Study Group on Tobacco Product Regulation (TobReg), November 2008.
Clark PI and Djordjevic MJ. The Role of Smoking Topography in Assessing Human Smoking and its Utility for Informing Machine-Smoking Protocols. Report to the World Health Organization, Scientific Advisory Committee on Tobacco Regulation (WHO SACTob), September 2003.
Gardiner P & Clark PI. Menthol cigarettes: Moving toward a broader definition of harm. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 12:S85-93 (2010).
Leischow SJ, Luke DA, Mueller N, Harris JK, Ponder P, Marcus S, Clark PI. Mapping U.S. government tobacco control leadership: networked for success? Nicotine & Tobacco Research 12:888-94 (2010).
Rogers JD, Biener L, Clark PI. Test marketing of new smokeless tobacco products in four US cities. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 12:69-72 (2010).