Dr. Michael Businelle and Dr. Darla Kendzor are a married couple (with 3 children!) who have lived and worked together for over 15 years since they met in graduate school. Michael and Darla are faulty members at the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center and are passionate about improving the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable groups through tobacco cessation and other lifestyle changes.
In the News
Neisler, J., Reitzel, L. R., Garey, L., Kenzdor, D. E., Hébert, E. T., Vijayaraghavan, M., & Businelle, M. S. (2018). Concurrent nicotine and tobacco product use among homeless smokers and associations with cigarette dependence and other factors related to quitting. Drug and alcohol dependence, 185, 133-140.
Hébert, E. T., Stevens, E. M., Frank, S. G., Kendzor, D. E., Wetter, D. W., Zvolensky, M. J., ... & Businelle, M. S. (2018). An ecological momentary intervention for smoking cessation: The associations of just-in-time, tailored messages with lapse risk factors. Addictive behaviors, 78, 30-35.
Kendzor, D. E., Businelle, M. S., Waters, A. F., Frank, S. G., & Hébert, E. T. (2018). Financial strain indirectly influences smoking cessation through withdrawal symptom severity. Drug and alcohol dependence, 183, 55-61.