Amit Yadav, PhD

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Amit Yadav, PhD, received his Doctorate in Law with a focus on Public Health, Tobacco and International Trade and Investment Treaties from the National Law School of India University Bangalore, India. He has also completed MPhil and LLM from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Other Research and Leadership Trainings Completed by him include, Dissemination and Implementation Training for Waterpipe Research from the U.S. National Cancer Institute and American University of Beirut in Lebanon (2017), World Heart Federation Emerging Leaders Programme held in Bangalore (2016), Legal Training Programme from the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer, Melbourne (2014, 2015 & 2018) and Global Tobacco Control Leadership Programme from the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore (2011).


Smokeless tobacco control in India: policy review and lessons for high-burden countries.

BMJ global health

Yadav A, Singh PK, Yadav N, Kaushik R, Chandan K, Chandra A, Singh S, Garg S, Gupta PC, Sinha DN, Mehrotra R

Dual Burden of Smoked and Smokeless Tobacco Use in India, 2009-17: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis based on Global Adult Tobacco Survey.

Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

Singh PK, Yadav A, Lal P, Sinha DN, Prakash CG, Swasthicharan L, Singh S, Mehrotra R

Smokeless tobacco industry's brand stretching in India.

Tobacco control

Yadav A, Ling P, Glantz S

Adolescent and adult perceptions of the effects of larger size graphic health warnings on conventional and plain tobacco packs in India: A community-based cross-sectional study.

Tobacco induced diseases

Nazar GP, Arora M, Gupta VK, Rawal T, Yadav A, Kannuri NK, Shrivastava S, Grills N, Webster P

Smokeless tobacco control in 180 countries across the globe: call to action for full implementation of WHO FCTC measures.

The Lancet. Oncology

Mehrotra R, Yadav A, Sinha DN, Parascandola M, John RM, Ayo-Yusuf O, Nargis N, Hatsukami DK, Warnakulasuriya S, Straif K, Siddiqi K, Gupta PC

Country-specific costs of implementing the WHO FCTC tobacco control policies and potential financing sources.

PloS one

Shang C, Yadav A, Stoklosa M, Kontsevaya A, Lewis FB, Pana A, Reyes I

Plain packaging of tobacco products: the logical next step for tobacco control policy in India.

BMJ global health

Yadav A, Nazar GP, Rawal T, Arora M, Webster P, Grills N

Smokeless tobacco control: Litigation & judicial measures from Southeast Asia.

The Indian journal of medical research

Yadav A, Singh A, Khadka BB, Amarasinghe H, Yadav N, Singh R

Smokeless tobacco taxation: Lessons from Southeast Asia.

The Indian journal of medical research

John RM, Yadav A, Sinha DN

The Enforcement of India's Tobacco Control Legislation in the State of Haryana: A Case Study

World Medical and Health Policy

Jain D, Yadav A, Rhoten K, Bassi A

Awareness to action through multi-channel advocacy for effective tobacco control in India: a case study from Bihar.

The National medical journal of India

Yadav A, Kumar S, Chaterjee M, Sharma N, Shrivastav R, Bassi A, Mishra D, Arora M

Integrating tobacco control into health and development agendas.

Tobacco control

Reddy KS, Yadav A, Arora M, Nazar GP

Public health law in India: a framework for its application as a tool for social change.

The National medical journal of India

Hazarika S, Yadav A, Reddy KS, Prabhakaran D, Jafar TH, Narayan KM