PhD Fellowship In Tobacco And Other Substance Control Policies
Doctoral Fellowships in Tobacco and Other Substance Control Policies will be available for selected doctoral candidates to work with Dr. Jidong Huang, Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.
The fellowships are funded through a grant from the National Institutes of Health and are part of a research project examining the population level impact of televised e-cigarette advertising. The project aims to provide analysis and scientific evidence to inform future regulations involving the marketing of electronic nicotine delivery systems. Fellows should have a strong interest in tobacco control policies and other substance control policies, as well as good communication skills—both written and oral. Having a solid background and training in statistics and applied econometrics is preferred.Learn More About Our Tobacco Research