Wallace Pickworth, Ph.D.
Wallace Pickworth, Ph.D., directs clinical research on tobacco and nicotine. Over a career of more than 30 years— including nearly 30 years with the NIH— he has made numerous contributions to the field of drug addiction and tobacco dependence, and is a recognized expert in the measurement of smoking topography, toxicant exposure, and the physiologic and psychological effects of nicotine/tobacco exposure. He has acted as Principal Investigator on numerous studies for academic and health care institutions, private industry and national and international scientific and regulatory agencies, and published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and technical reports. Wallace serves as an adjunct faculty at two colleges of pharmacy and is on the presidential advisory council at the Albany College of Pharmacy.