Read article - Quotes Samir Soneji, associate professor of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, in an article about how e-cigarette maker Juul is ramping up its Washington lobbying operation as it tries to head off potential regulatory threats from the Trump administration and Congress. Soneji cautioned that there's no research that shows how teenagers might respond if popular e-cigarette flavors were banned. "Would kids switch to tobacco, or would they stop using e-cigs outright? Nobody is sure. It's an open question that nobody to date has answered," says Soneji.