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Jennifer Irvin Vidrine, Ph. D.

Present Title & Affiliation

Primary Appointment

Deputy Department Chair, Department of Health Disparities Research, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of Health Disparities Research, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Dual/Joint/Adjunct Appointment

Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of Behavioral Science, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Bio Statement

Dr. Vidrine's research focuses on eliminating health disparities through evaluating the impact of tailored health risk communications, examining potential mechanisms underlying changes in risk perceptions over time in the natural environment, disseminating evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions to underserved populations, smoking cessation interventions for underserved smokers, and implementing and evaluating health care systems-level interventions. As described below, her research program has been supported by grants from the NIH, the CDC, and the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT).

Dr. Vidrine completed a Mentored Research Scientist Development Award funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Health communications and risk processing among smokers (Project PRISM; K01CD000193). The study examined real-time, momentary changes in risk perceptions in the natural environment among smokers attempting cessation. She was subsequently the PI of a R01 (R01CA125413) funded by the National Cancer Institute: Literacy and Smoking Risk Communications (Project INFORM). The primary aim of this study was to examine how health literacy influences responses to smoking risk messages manipulated in terms of message framing and emotionality. She was also the PI of a CDC-funded group randomized trial (R18DP001570) to evaluate the efficacy of Ask Advise Connect (AAC) within the Harris Health System. Results indicated that AAC resulted in a 30-fold increase in smoking cessation treatment enrollment compared to the current recommended standard of care in the field (i.e., Ask Advise Refer; AAR). She led a parallel trial conducted in a healthcare system that caters to insured individuals, and results yielded a 13-fold increase in treatment enrollment compared to AAR. She is currently the PI of several funded projects including: 1) a NCI R01 to adapt and evaluate the efficacy of a smoking cessation intervention for cervical cancer survivors (R01CA172786), 2) a grant funded by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) to implement AAC throughout a large, safety-net healthcare system, and 3) a CMS Medicaid 1115 Waiver (DSRIP) project to implement AAC throughout four Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in the Houston metropolitan area.

In addition to the projects described above, Dr. Vidrine is a co-investigator on two NCI-funded R01s: Reducing Tobacco Related Health Disparities (PI:Wetter; R01CA141613) and Enhancing Cancer Outreach for Low-Income Adults with Innovative Smoking Cessation (MPIs: DJ Vidrine and Prokhorov; R01CA141628).

Research Interests

·         Associations between health risk perceptions and health behaviors

·         Health communications targeted to underserved populations

·         Dissemination of evidence-based interventions to underserved populations

·         Healthcare systems-level interventions

Office Address

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Health Disparities Research - Unit 1440
PO BOX 301402
Unit Number: 1440
Houston, TX 77230-1402
Room Number: FCT9.6098

Education & Training

Degree-Granting Education

2003 The University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, PHD, Clinical Psychology
1997 The University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, MS, Clinical Psychology
1994 The University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, BS, Psychology

Postgraduate Training

7/2003-11/2004 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Behavioral Science, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, David Wetter, Ph. D.
7/2002-6/2003 Clinical Internship, Behavioral Medicine Track, Brown Medical School, Providence, RI, Justin Nash, Ph.D.

Experience/Service

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Department of Health Disparities Research, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 4/2005-9/2012
Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral Science, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 12/2004-9/2012

Other Appointments/Responsibilities

Women Faculty Program Department Liaison, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 9/2010-present

Institutional Committee Activities

Member, Institutional Review Board 4, 9/2014-present
Chair, Psychosocial, Behavioral, and Health Services Research Committee (PBHSRC), 9/2011-8/2014
Associate Member, Institutional Review Board 4, 9/2010-8/2013
Member, Duncan Institute e-Health Initiative Advisory Committee, 3/2009-present
Member, Patient-reported Outcomes, Survey & Population Research (PROSPR) Shared Resource Advisory Committee, 9/2008-present
Member, Faculty Senate, Promotion and Tenure Issues Committee, 11/2006-8/2010
Member, Psychosocial, Behavioral and Health Services Research Committee (PBHSRC), 9/2006-8/2014
Member, Behavioral Research and Treatment Center (BRTC) Leadership Committee, 7/2006-present

Honors and Awards

2014-2017 Faculty Scholar Award, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
2013 Leading Mentor in Cancer Prevention of 2013, Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
2013 Robert M. Chamberlain Distinguished Mentor Award, UT MD Anderson Postdoctoral Association
2006 Excellent Protocol Review, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
2003-2010 Clinical Research Loan Repayment Program Award Recipient, National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Professional Memberships

American Public Health Association (APHA)
APHA Cancer Forum Planning Committee Co-Chair, 10/2011-11/2013

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Original Research Articles

1. Castro Y, Correa-Fernandez V, Cano MA, Mazas CA, Gonzalez K, Vidrine DJ, Vidrine JI, Wetter DW. Failure to replicate the structure of a Spanish-language Brief Wisconsin Inventory of Smoking Dependence Motives across three samples of Latino smokers. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. In Press.
2. Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Castro Y, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Cinciripini PM, Greisinger A, Wetter DW. Linking Socioeconomic Status and Postpartum Smoking Relapse. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. In Press.
3. Fisher FD, Reitzel LR, Nguyen N, Savoy EJ, Advani PS, Cuevas AG, Vidrine JI, Wetter DW, McNeill LH. Loneliness and self-rated health among church-attending African Americans. American Journal of Health Behavior. In Press.
4. Adams CE, Chen M, Guo L, Lam CY, Stewart DW, Correa-Fernández V, Cano MA, Heppner WL, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Ahluwalia JS, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Mindfulness Predicts Lower Affective Volatility among African Americans during Smoking Cessation. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. In Press.
5. Stewart DW, Reitzel LR, Correa-Fernandez V, Cano MA, Adams CE, Cao Y, Li Y, Waters AJ, Wetter DW, Vidrine JI. Social support mediates the association between health literacy and depression among racially/ethnically diverse smokers with low socioeconomic status. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. In Press.
6. Adams CA, Cano M, Heppner W, Stewart DW, Correa-Fernandez V, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Cinciripini PM, Ahluwalia J, Wetter DW. Testing a Moderated Mediation Model of Mindfulness, Psychosocial Stress, and Alcohol Use among African American Smokers. Mindfulness. In Press.
7. Vidrine JI, Businelle MB, Reitzel LR, Cao Y, Cinciripini PM, Marcus MT, Li Y, & Wetter DW. Coping Mediates the Association of Mindfulness with Psychological Stress, Affect and Depression among Smokers Preparing to Quit. Mindfulness. e-Pub 1/2014.
8. Kendzor DE, Businelle MS, Reitzel LR, Castro Y, Vidrine JI, Mazas C, Cinciripini PM, Lam CY, Adams CE, Correa-Fernandez V, Cano MA, Wetter DW. The Influence of Discrimination on Smoking Cessation among Spanish-Speaking Individuals of Mexican Heritage. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 136:143-148, 2014.
9. Vidrine JI, Shete S, Li Y, Cao Y, Alford MH, Galindo-Talton M, Rabius V, Sharp B, Harmonson P, Zbikowski SM, Miles L, Wetter DW. The ask-advise-connect approach for smokers in a safety net healthcare system: a group-randomized trial. Am J Prev Med 45(6):737-741, 12/2013. PMID: 24237916.
10. Kendzor DE, Businelle MS, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Reitzel LR, Castro Y, Vidrine JI, Mazas CA, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Mechanisms linking socioeconomic disadvantage and BMI in smokers. Am J Health Behav 3(5):587-598, 9/2013. PMID: 23985281.
11. Stewart DW, Adams CE, Cano MA, Correa-Fernández V, Li Y, Waters AJ, Wetter DW, Vidrine JI. Associations between Health Literacy and Established Predictors of Smoking Cessation. Am J Public Health 103(7):e43-9, 7/2013. e-Pub 5/16/2013. PMCID: PMC3682601.
12. Vidrine JI, Stewart DW, Stuyck SC, Ward JA, Brown AK, Smith C, Wetter DW. Lifestyle and Cancer Prevention in Women: Knowledge, Perceptions, and Compliance with Recommended Guidelines. J Womens Health (Larchmt) 22(6):487-93, 6/2013. PMCID: PMC3678579.
13. Reitzel LR, Lahoti S, Li Y, Cao Y, Wetter DW, Waters AJ, Vidrine JI. Neighborhood vigilance, health locus of control, and smoking abstinence. Am J Health Behav 37(3):334-41, 5/2013. PMCID: PMC3761415.
14. Reitzel LR, Li Y, Stewart DW, Cao Y, Wetter DW, Waters AJ, Vidrine JI. Race moderates the effect of menthol cigarette use on short-term smoking abstinence. Nicotine Tob Res 15(5):883-9, 5/2013. e-Pub 1/3/2013. PMCID: PMC3621585.
15. Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Castro Y, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Cinciripini PM, Greisinger AJ, Wetter DW. Pathways linking socioeconomic status and postpartum smoking relapse. Ann Behav Med 45(2):180-91, 4/2013. PMCID: PMC3854787.
16. Vidrine JI, Shete S, Cao Y, Greisinger A, Harmonson P, Sharp B, Miles L, Zbikowski SM, Wetter DW. Ask Advise Connect: A New Approach to Smoking Treatment Delivery in Healthcare Settings. JAMA Intern Med 173(6):458-464, 3/25/2013. PMCID: PMC3858085.
17. Correa-Fernández V, Ji L, Castro Y, Heppner WL, Vidrine JI, Costello TJ, Mullen PD, Cofta-Woerpel L, Velasquez MM, Greisinger A, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Mediators of the Association of Major Depressive Syndrome and Anxiety Syndrome with Postpartum Smoking Relapse. J Consult Clin Psychol 80(4):636-48, 8/2012. e-Pub 3/5/2012. PMCID: PMC3378794.
18. Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Cao Y, Mazas CA, Li Y, Ahluwalia JS, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Wetter DW. Neighborhood Perceptions are Associated with Tobacco Dependence Among African American Smokers. Nicotine Tob Res 14(7):786-793., 7/2012. e-Pub 12/16/2011. PMCID: PMC3390547.
19. Kendzor DE, Reitzel LR, Mazas CA, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Cao Y, Ji L, Costello TJ, Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Li Y, Castro Y, Ahluwalia JS, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Individual- and area-level unemployment influence smoking cessation among African Americans participating in a randomized clinical trial. Soc Sci Med 74(9):1394-401, 5/2012. e-Pub 2/23/2012. PMCID: PMC3321106.
20. Vidrine DJ, Fletcher FE, Danysh HE, Marani S, Vidrine JI, Cantor SB, Prokhorov AV. A randomized controlled trial to assess the efficacy of an interactive mobile messaging intervention for underserved smokers: Project ACTION. BMC Public Health 12:696, 2012. e-Pub 8/25/2012. PMCID: PMC3585470.
21. Vidrine JI, Reitzel LR, Figueroa, PY, Velasquez MM, Mazas CA, Cinciripini PM & Wetter DW. Motivation And Problem Solving (MAPS): Motivationally-Based Skills Training for Treating Substance Use. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. e-Pub 12/2011.
22. Reitzel LR, Nguyen N, Cao Y, Vidrine JI, Daza P, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Li Y, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Wetter DW. Race/ethnicity moderates the effect of prepartum menthol cigarette use on postpartum smoking abstinence. Nicotine Tob Res 13(12):1305-10, 12/2011. e-Pub 5/26/2011. PMCID: PMC3223573.
23. Heppner WL, Ji L, Reitzel LR, Reitzel L, Castro Y, Correa-Fernandez V, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Dolan-Mullen P, Velasquez MM, Cinciripini PM, Cinciripini P, Cofta-Woerpel L, Cofta-Woerpel L, Greisinger A, Wetter D. The role of prepartum motivation in the maintenance of postpartum smoking abstinence. Health Psychol 30(6):736-45, 11/2011. e-Pub 8/22/2011. PMCID: PMC3221324.
24. Reitzel LR, McClure JB, Cofta-Woerpel L, Mazas CA, Cao Y, Cinciripini PM, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Wetter DW. The Efficacy of Computer-Delivered Treatment for Smoking Cessation. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 20(7):1555-1557, 7/2011. e-Pub 5/25/2011. PMCID: PMC3132322.
25. Kendzor DE, Businelle MS, Costello TJ, Castro Y, Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Wetter DW. Breastfeeding is associated with postpartum smoking abstinence among women who quit smoking due to pregnancy. Nicotine Tob Res 12(10):983-8, 10/2010. e-Pub 8/16/2010. PMCID: PMC2948049.
26. Vidrine JI, Rabius V, Alford MH, Li Y, Wetter DW. Enhancing dissemination of smoking cessation quitlines through T2 translational research: A unique partnership to address disparities in the delivery of effective cessation treatment. J Public Health Manag Pract 16(4):304-308, Jul-Aug, 7/2010. PMID: 20520368.
27. Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Reitzel LR, Costello TJ, Cofta-Woerpel L, Li Y, Mazas CA, Vidrine JI, Cinciripini PM, Greisinger AJ, Wetter DW. Mechanisms linking socioeconomic status to smoking cessation: A structural equation modeling approach. Health Psychol 29(3):262-273, 5/2010. PMCID: PMC2922845.
28. Kendzor DE, Businelle MS, Costello TJ, Castro Y, Reitzel LR, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Li Y, Mazas CA, Vidrine JI, Cinciripini PM, Greisinger AJ, Wetter DW. Financial strain and smoking cessation among racially/ethnically diverse smokers. Am J Public Health 100(4):702-706, 4/2010. e-Pub 2/18/2010. PMCID: PMC2836332.
29. Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Costello TJ, Li Y, Daza P, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Wetter DW. Preventing postpartum smoking relapse among diverse, low income women: A randomized clinical trial. Nicotine Tob Res 12(4):326-335, 4/2010. e-Pub 2/12/2010. PMCID: PMC2847071.
30. Reitzel LR, Mazas CA, Cofta-Woerpel L, Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Li Y, Cao Y, Wetter DW. Acculturative and neighborhood influences on subjective social status among Spanish-speaking Latino immigrant smokers. Soc Sci Med 70(5):677-683, 3/2010. e-Pub 1/13/2010. PMID: 20044186.
31. Kendzor DE, Businelle MS, Mazas CA, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Costello TJ, Cinciripini PM, Ahluwalia JS, Wetter DW. Pathways between socioeconomic status and modifiable risk factors among African American smokers. J Behav Med 32(6):545-57, 12/2009. e-Pub 9/16/2009. PMCID: PMC2828046.
32. Vidrine JI, Vidrine DJ, Costello TJ, Mazas C, Cofta-Woerpel L, Mejia LM, Wetter DW. The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire: Factor structure and predictive validity among Spanish-speaking Latino smokers in the United States. Nicotine Tob Res 11(11):1280-1288, 11/2009. e-Pub 8/20/2009. PMCID: PMC2762927.
33. Waters AJ, Reitzel LR, Cinciripini P, Li Y, Marcus MT, Vidrine JI, Wetter DW. Associations between mindfulness and implicit cognition and self-reported affect. Subst Abus 30(4):328-337, Oct-Dec, 10/2009. PMID: 19904668.
34. Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Cinciripini P, Li Y, Marcus MT, Waters AJ, Reitzel LR, Wetter DW. Associations of mindfulness with nicotine dependence, withdrawal, and agency. Subst Abus 30(4):318-327, Oct-Dec, 10/2009. PMID: 19904667.
35. Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Costello TJ, Cofta-Woerpel L, Li Y, Mazas CA, Vidrine JI, Reitzel LR, Cinciripini PM, Ahluwalia JS, Wetter DW. Light versus heavy smoking among African-American men and women. Addict Behav 34(2):197-203, 2/2009. e-Pub 10/11/2008. PMCID: PMC2614080.
36. Reitzel LR, Costello TJ, Mazas CA, Vidrine JI, Businelle MS, Kendzor DE, Li Y, Cofta-Woerpel L, Wetter DW. Low-level smoking among Spanish-speaking Latino smokers: relationships with demographics, tobacco dependence, withdrawal, and cessation. Nicotine Tob Res 11(2):178-84, 2/2009. e-Pub 2/26/2009. PMCID: PMC2658909.
37. Kendzor DE, Costello TJ, Li Y, Vidrine JI, Mazas CA, Reitzel LR, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Businelle MS, Wetter DW. Race/Ethnicity and multiple cancer risk factors among individuals seeking smoking cessation treatment. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 17(11):2937-45, 11/2008. PMID: 18990734.
38. Kendzor DE, Cofta-Woerpel LM, Mazas CA, Li Y, Vidrine JI, Reitzel LR, Costello TJ, Businelle MS, Ahluwalia JS, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Socioeconomic status, negative affect, and modifiable cancer risk factors in African American smokers. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 17(10):2546-54, 10/2008. PMCID: PMC2602870.
39. Simmons VN, Vidrine JI, Brandon TH. Smoking cessation counseling as a teachable moment for skin cancer prevention: pilot studies. Am J Health Behav 32(2):137-45, Mar-Apr, 3/2008. PMID: 18052854.
40. Rowan PJ, Cofta-Woerpel L, Mazas CA, Vidrine JI, Reitzel LR, Cinciripini PM, Wetter DW. Evaluating reactivity to ecological momentary assessment during smoking cessation. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol 15(4):382-9, 8/2007. PMID: 17696685.
41. Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Li Y, Mullen PD, Velasquez MM, Cinciripini PM, Cofta-Woerpel L, Greisinger A, Wetter DW. The influence of subjective social status on vulnerability to postpartum smoking among young pregnant women. Am J Public Health 97(8):1476-1482, 8/2007. e-Pub 6/28/2007. PMCID: PMC1931465.
42. Vidrine JI, Simmons VN, Brandon TH. Construction of smoking-relevant risk perceptions among college students: The influence of need for cognition and message content. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37:91-114, 2007.
43. Brandon TH, Vidrine JI, Litvin EB. Relapse and Relapse Prevention. Annu Rev Clin Psychol 3:257-284, 2007. PMID: 17716056.
44. Vidrine JI, Anderson CB, Pollak KI, Wetter DW. Gender differences in adolescent smoking: Mediator and moderator effects of self-generated expected smoking outcomes. Am J Health Promot 20(6):383-387, Jul-Aug, 7/2006. PMID: 16871816.
45. Mazas CA, Cofta-Woerpel L, Daza P, Fouladi RT, Vidrine JI, Cinciripini PM, Gritz ER, Wetter DW. At-risk drinking in employed men and women. Ann Behav Med 31(3):279-87, 6/2006. PMID: 16700642.
46. Vidrine JI, Cofta-Woerpel L, Daza P, Wright KL, Wetter DW. Smoking cessation 2: Behavioral treatments. Behav Med 32(3):99-109, 2006. PMID: 17120385.
47. Wetter DW, Cofta-Gunn L, Fouladi RT, Irvin JE, Daza P, Mazas C, Wright K, Cinciripini PM, Gritz ER. Understanding the associations among education, employment characteristics and smoking. Addictive Behaviors 30(5):905-14, 6/2005. PMID: 15893088.
48. Wetter DW, Cofta-Gunn L, Irvin JE, Fouladi RT, Wright K, Daza P, Mazas C, Cinciripini PM, Gritz ER. What accounts for the association of education and smoking cessation? Preventive Medicine 40(4):452-60, 4/2005. PMID: 15530598.
49. Vidrine JI, Anderson CB, Pollack KI, Wetter DW. Race/ethnicity, smoking behavior and self-generated expected outcomes from smoking among adolescents. Cancer Control 12(2):51-57, 2005.
50. Brandon TH, Herzog TA, Irvin JE, Gwaltney CJ. Cognitive and social learning models of drug dependence: Implications for the assessment of tobacco dependence in adolescents. Addiction 99(1):51-77, 6/2004. PMID: 15128380.
51. Brandon TH, Herzog TA, Juliano LM, Irvin JE, Lazev AB, Simmons VN. Pretreatment task persistence predicts smoking cessation outcome. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 112(3):448-456, 8/2003. PMID: 12943023.
52. Irvin JE, Hendricks PS, Brandon TH. The increasing recalcitrance of smokers in clinical trials II: Pharmacotherapy trials. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 5(1):27-35, 2/2003. PMID: 12745504.
53. Webster DM, Klein CF, Irvin JE. Motivational antecedents of empathy: Inhibiting effects of fatigue. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 25(1):37-50, 2003.
54. Herzog TA, Lazev AB, Irvin JE, Juliano LM, Greenbaum PE, Brandon TH. Testing for group membership effects during and after treatment: The example of group therapy for smoking cessation. Behavior Therapy 33:29-43, 2002.
55. Irvin JE, Brandon TH. The increasing recalcitrance of smokers in clinical trials. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 2(1):79-84, 2/2000. PMID: 11072444.
56. Irvin JE, Bowers CA, Dunn ME, Wang MC. Efficacy of Relapse Prevention: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 67(4):563-570, 8/1999. PMID: 10450627.

Invited Articles

1. Irvin Vidrine J, Reitzel LR, Wetter DW. The role of tobacco in cancer health disparities. Curr Oncol Rep 11(6):475-81, 11/2009. PMID: 19840525.
2. Vidrine JI, Reitzel LR, Wetter DW. Smoking and Health Disparities. Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports 3:403-408, 2009.
3. Gramling RE, Vidrine JI. Risk Communication during Screening for Genomic Breast Cancer Susceptibility. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 1:54-58, 2007.
4. Irvin, JE, Brandon TH. Examining a Quarter Century of Smoking Cessation Trials: Is the target becoming harder to treat? In those who continue to smoke: Is achieving abstinence harder and do we need to change our interventions? Smoking and Tobacco Control Monograph 15. Bethesda, MD: Department of Health and Human Services; National Institutes of Health; National Cancer Institute NIH Pub. No. 03-5370, 2003.

Editorials

1. Vidrine, DJ , Vidrine JI. Active versus passive recruitment to quitline studies: Public health implications. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 103(12):909-910, 6/2012. e-Pub 6/2011.

Book Chapters

1. Adams CE, Heppner WL, Houchins S, Stewart DW, Vidrine JI, Wetter DW. Mindfulness Meditation and Addictive Behaviors. In: Psychology of Meditation. Ed(s) Nirbhay N. Singh. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, Chapter 14; 311-343, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-62948-637-6.

Letters to the Editor

1. Vidrine JI, Wetter DW. Tobacco-relevant risk perceptions: An alternative measurement approach. Nicotine Tob Res 7(5)(5):815-816, 10/2005. PMID: 16191753.
2. Gramling R, Irvin JE, Nash J, Sciamanna C, Culpepper L. Numeracy and medicine: Key family physician attitudes about communicating probability with their patients. J Am Board Fam Pract 17(6):473, Nov-Dec, 11/2004. PMID: 15575041.
3. Brandon TH, Irvin JE, Hendricks PS. The Increasing Power of Placebos in Trials of Antidepressants. JAMA 288(4):449-450, Jul 24-31, 2002. PMID: 12132969.

Manuals, Teaching Aids, Other Teaching Publications

1. Wetter DW, Vidrine JI, Fine M, Rowan PJ, Reitzel LR & Tindle H. Mindfulness-Based Addiction Treatment (MBAT) Manual. 2007.
2. Wetter DW, Reitzel LR, Vidrine JI, Mullen, PD & Stephens N. Project MOM: Motivation and Problem Solving (MAPS) Treatment for the Prevention of Postpartum Smoking Relapse. Unpublished Manuscript, 2006.

Grant & Contract Support

Title: Smoking Cessation for Cervical Cancer Survivors in a Safety Net Healthcare System
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 5/12/2014 - 4/30/2019
 
Title: Replicating Ask Advise Connect
Funding Source: Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 6/15/2013 - 12/31/2017
 
Title: Implementation of an Automated EMR System to Connect Smokers in a Safety Net Healthcare System with Smoking Cessation Treatment
Funding Source: Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 9/1/2012 - 8/30/2015
 
Title: NIH National Center for Research Resources Clinical and Translational Sciences Award (CTSA): Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences – Community Engagement
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: McPherson
Duration: 7/1/2012 - 6/30/2017
 
Title: Use of an Automated EMR System to Link Underserved Smokers with Cessation Treatment
Funding Source: Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 8/5/2011 - 8/31/2013
 
Title: Health Status and Health Behaviors Among Cancer Survivors: A Population-Based Study
Funding Source: UTMDACC Cancer Survivorship Research Seed Money Grant
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: Elting
Duration: 6/1/2011 - 5/31/2013
 
Title: Enhancing Cancer Outreach for Low-Income Adults with Innovative Smoking Cessation
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: D.J. Vidrine and Prokhorov
Duration: 4/12/2010 - 1/31/2015
 
Title: Reducing Tobacco Related Health Disparities
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: Wetter
Duration: 9/1/2009 - 8/1/2014
 
Title: Dissemination of a Smoking Quitline to the Underserved
Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 9/1/2008 - 8/31/2012
 
Title: Neighborhood- and Individual-Level Determinants of Smoking Cessation Among Hispanics
Funding Source: NIH/NCHMD
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: Wetter
Duration: 9/11/2007 - 4/30/2012
 
Title: Literacy and Smoking Risk Communications
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 4/1/2007 - 2/28/2011
 
Title: Group Therapy for Nicotine Dependence
Funding Source: NIH/NIDA
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: Wetter
Duration: 9/30/2004 - 8/31/2011
 
Title: Health Communications and Risk Processing Among Smokers, Mentored Research Scientist Development Award
Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Role: Principal Investigator
Duration: 9/30/2004 - 9/29/2008
 
Title: Processing of Smoking-Relevant Risk Messages Among Community Smokers: The Influence of Need for Cognition, Affect and Message Frame
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Postdoctoral Fellow
Principal Investigator: Chamberlain
Duration: 7/1/2003 - 9/29/2004
 
Title: Smoking Relapse Prevention Among Postpartum Women
Funding Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Co-Investigator
Principal Investigator: Wetter
Duration: 2/1/2002 - 1/31/2009

Last updated: 5/7/2014