Nan Jiang is a third-year postdoctoral fellow who received her PhD in Health Behavior from Indiana University, and BSN from Peking Union Medical College in Beijing, China. Her research focuses on the co-use of tobacco and alcohol; the impact of smokefree policies on tobacco and alcohol use; and tobacco marketing strategies linked with alcohol. Nan's studies at the UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education include:
Accessing the impact of local and state smokefree policies on tobacco and alcohol use among young adults, people with low SES, and minority race/ethnicity groups;
Examining tobacco and alcohol use among young adult bar patrons in cities with different smokefree bar policies; and
Analyzing thousands of previously secret tobacco industry documents on tobacco marketing strategies linked with alcohol, how tobacco and alcohol companies worked together to affect tobacco control legislation; and how British American Tobacco and Philip Morris exploited the culture of gifting cigarette to promote their brands in China.