Thinking About Quitting?

Most people who smoke want to quit, but a majority fail because they try to quit alone. To permanently quit, most smokers need help like medication and/or guidance. Project Quit is a research study that could help kick the habit for good.

In addition to smoking cessation studies, there are studies available for smokers who aren’t ready to quit just yet. By completing a brief telephone screening, a member of the Project Quit team can help determine the best study opportunity for participation consideration or refer you to additional community resources if research participation is not the best option for you.

There is no cost to be a part of the study, and you’ll receive help sessions and medication or a placebo. If you qualify, you will not be charged to participate. To inquire about participating in one of these trials or for more information, use the contact page below to send message to our study team. All contacts are confidential and do not obligate you to study participation.

Directions

125 Doughty Street, Suite 190
Charleston, South Carolina 29425

843-792-4097
TEXT: SMOKE to 44332
smokingstudy@musc.edu

Free parking in front of building.

Our research team is located within the Roper Medical office building on Doughty Street.

Contact Us

For more information on Project Quit and to find out whether you or someone you know qualifies, please contact us: