See below our key research project areas on tobacco control. Each page has details on the project objectives, project faqs, research outputs (publications, presentations, summaries), and dissemination and implementation efforts including media and community outreach.
The University of California and California State University have been tobacco-free since 2017. The project aims to improve compliance with these policies among members of campus communities.
This project was funded by the CA Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program and has the aims of identifying, characterizing, and understanding how the alternative and emerging tobacco industry attempts to influence tobacco control policy via online channels.
This study explores adverse experiences associated with e-cigarette use among young
adults to provide a more complete view of the risks associated with vaping.
In response to the critical need to leverage innovative research methods, this project identifies risks and characteristics related to the ongoing changes in tobacco regulatory science.