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Tobacco and Substance Abuse

Research within the field of Tobacco and Substance Abuse at our college focuses on the effects of addiction and related exposures on individuals, families and communities. Emphasis is on supporting behavior change through the application of behavioral theory and related methodologies in the context of health promotion programs designed to reduce substance use and related health burden. 

Researchers

  • Director, Center for Transformative Interprofessional Healthcare (CTIPH)
  • Assistant Research Professor
  • Interim Department Chair and Professor
  • Assitant Professor, Nursing and Public Health
  • Assistant Professor of Practice & Director of MEZCOPH Online
  • Dean and Professor, Mel & Enid Zuckerman Endowed Chair of Public Health
  • Professor
  • Assistant Professor of Practice, Director of AZ Center for Tobacco Cessation
  • Professor and Director, Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention and Health Promotion
  • Associate Professor & Program Director, Health Behavior and Health Promotion

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