Save the date; UCSF "It's About a Billion Lives" symposium will be Friday Feb 2, 2018

We have another great lineup this year.
 
Keynote:
Smokefree or Up in Smoke? Reinvigorated tobacco control policy in an era of legalized marijuana
Karen L. Smith, M.D., M.P.H.
Director & State Public Health Officer
California Department of Public Health
 
Using social media to help young adults quit smoking. 
Danielle Ramo, PhD, UCSF Associate Professor of Psychiatry
 
Learning from tobacco industry to fight back: Peer-crowd targeting in e-cigarette advertisements
Minji Kim, PhD, UCSF Postdoctoral fellow
 
Chasing the cloud or choking on it: E-cigarettes and lung health
Jeffrey Gotts, MD, UCSF Assistant Professor of Medicine
 
Containing Diffusion: The Tobacco Industry’s Trade Strategy to Block Tobacco Standardized Packaging
Eric Crosbie, PhD, UCSF postdoctoral fellow
 
Closing speaker (comments and reactions)
Janet Napolitano JD, President, University of California
 
This is a public symposium open to all members of the University community, public health and health professionals, the media, and the public
 
The symposium runs from 8:30 to 12:30 on Friday February 2 at the UCSF Parnassus campus.