Faculty

The Center Faculty come from all four UCSF Schools and conduct research and teaching in every aspect of tobacco control, from efforts by the tobacco industry to manipulate international politics to the molecular biology of nicotine addiction.

Jennifer Fung, PhD

Asst Professor In Residence
Ob/Gyn, Reproductive Sciences

Stuart Gansky, MS, DrPH

Professor
Preventive & Restor Dent Sci

Oral health research, health disparities research, applied statistical analyses and related methodological issues.

Peter Ganz

Chief, Cardiology/SFGH
Medicine

Cardiovascular effects and potential harms of conventional, new and emerging tobacco products.

Stanton Glantz, PhD

Professor of Medicine
Medicine

Health effects of secondhand smoke (with particular emphasis on the cardiovascular system), health and economic effects of tobacco control policies, e-cigarettes, marijuana policy, smoking in movies.

Warren Gold, MD

Professor Emeritus
Medicine

Long-term effects of second hand cigarette smoke on flight attendants.

Jeffrey Gotts, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
Medicine

Effects of cigarette smoke and e-cigarette aerosols on susceptibility to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), a major cause of respiratory failure in critically ill patients.

Jennifer Grandis, MD

Professor, Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Associate Vice Chancellor, Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Otolaryngology

Signal transduction in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (tobacco-caused cancers) development and progression with the ultimate goal of targeting key pathways for therapeutic benefit.

Lawrence Green, DrPH, MPH

Professor Emeritus
Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Health promotion, including tobacco control, with particular emphasis on knowledge dissemination, transfer, program planning and implementation strategies in making practice more evidence-based by making evidence more practice-based.

Joe Guydish, PhD

Professor
Institute for Health Policy Studies

Access, delivery, and organization of substance abuse treatment services, treatment effectiveness, and adoption of new treatments into practice settings with current focus an organizational change intervention for treatment programs in tobacco dependence.

Sharon Hall, PhD

Professor Emeritus
Psychiatry

Clinical trials for the treatment of nicotine dependence, with emphasis on treatments that reflect a chronic disease model, and on complex populations.

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