Dr. Wewers' research specialty is tobacco cessation with special interests in underserved populations. She has conducted tobacco-related research since the mid-1980s. She served as a member of the Expert Panel for the USPHS Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence Clinical Practice Guideline. Her current research includes NCI-funded observational and intervention studies in Ohio Appalachia.
Curry, E., Nemeth, J.M., Wermert, A., Conroy, S., Shoben, A., Ferketich, A.K., Wewers, M.E. (2017). A descriptive report of electronic cigarette use after participation in a community-based tobacco cessation trial. Nicotine & Tobacco Research Jan 21[epub ahead of print].
Wewers, M.E., Shoben, A., Conroy, S., Curry, E., Ferketich, A.K., Murray, D.M., Nemeth, J., Wermert, A. (2016). Effectiveness of two community health worker models of tobacco dependence treatment among community residents of Ohio Appalachia. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. Sept 30 [epub ahead of print].
Nemeth, J.M., Bonomi, A.E., Lu, B., Lomax, R.G., Wewers, M.E. (2016). Risk factors for smoking in rural women: The role of gender-based sexual and intimate partner violence. Journal of Women’s Health. 25, 1282-1291.
Thomson, T.L., Krebs, V., Nemeth, J.A., Lu, B., Peng, J., Doogan, N.J., Ferketich, A.K., Post, D.M., Browning, C.R., Paskett, E.D., Wewers, M.E. (2016). Social networks and smoking in rural women: Intervention implications. American Journal of Health Behavior. 40, 405-415.