Pamela I. Clark
UM Faculty Professor
Pamela Clark serves as Director for the University of Maryland/Battelle TCORS, leads the Administrative Core and serves as the Principal Investigator on the project to examine consumer acceptability of new and manipulated tobacco products through traditional subjective measurements and objective measurements of neurocognitive function (Research Project 2). Dr. Clark is a Research Professor at the University of Maryland, School of Public Health. She has over 20 years of research experience in tobacco control, which includes numerous NCI, NIDA and CDC grants. She has experience managing complex studies with a broad range of methods and transdisciplinary teams, across multiple organizations. Her research focus is on alternative tobacco/nicotine products, and her emphasis is on projects that inform public health policy.
Dr. Clark received her Ph.D. in Epidemiology from University of South Florida. She is co-author of 3 book and author or co-author of more than 100 journal articles, conference presentations, book chapters, reports, and abstracts.
- PhD Epidemiology
- MSPH Epidemiology and biostatistics
- Characterization of manipulated tobacco products, such as menthol cigarettes and cigarettes with variation in smoke pH
- 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)
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science