Yogi Hendlin, PhD

Research Associate, WOS

Yogi Hale Hendlin earned his PhD in Environmental Philosophy at the University of Kiel, Germany, after completing doctoral work at UCLA, a Master's at the London School of Economics, and degrees at UC Berkeley. Hendlin's interests are at the intersection of public health policy, social and environmental justice, business ethics, and the philosophy of science.  At the CTCRE, Hendlin's research focuses on the social determinants of health and addiction, environmental harms from transnational industries, patterns of corporate environmental and social irresponsibility and subversion of science across industries, and industry marketing and effective counter-marketing.


Influence of Disclosed And Undisclosed Funding Sources In Tobacco Harm Reduction Discourse: A Social Network Analysis.

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

Vassey J, Hendlin YH, Vora M, Ling P

Mobilizing COVID-19 Level Public Health Interventions for Climate Breakdown is Necessary.

The journal of climate change and health

Hendlin YH, Visser R

The disinformation playbook: how industry manipulates the science-policy process-and how to restore scientific integrity.

Journal of public health policy

Reed G, Hendlin Y, Desikan A, MacKinney T, Berman E, Goldman GT

Association between financial links to indoor tanning industry and conclusions of published studies on indoor tanning: systematic review.

BMJ (Clinical research ed.)

Adekunle L, Chen R, Morrison L, Halley M, Eng V, Hendlin Y, Wehner MR, Chren MM, Linos E

Financial Conflicts of Interest and Stance on Tobacco Harm Reduction: A Systematic Review.

American Journal of Public Health

Hendlin YH, Vora M, Elias J, Ling PM

Alert: Public Health Implications of Electronic Cigarette Waste.

American Journal of Public Health

Hendlin YH

The Pharmaceuticalization of the Tobacco Industry.

Annals of internal medicine

Hendlin YH, Elias J, Ling PM

Don't throw smokeless tobacco users under the bus.

Addictive behaviors

Elias J, Hendlin Y, Chaffee BW, Ling PM

Strong tobacco control program requirements and secure funding are not enough: lessons from Florida.

American journal of public health

Kennedy A, Sullivan S, Hendlin Y, Barnes R, Glantz S