Nathan J. Doogan

· curriculum vitæ ·

I am a post-doctoral fellow in the College of Public Health at The Ohio State University. I work in the broad field of health disparities with a focus on tobacco control and tobacco regulatory science. I am currently interested in the impact of marketing on tobacco use disparities.

More broadly, I view the world as a complex system of many interacting parts. In which it can be difficult to predict the emergence of social injustices and other implications of intervening policies at the levels of the human, the community, the state, and the globe. With that perspective, I use systems science techniques to enhance our understanding of the mechanisms at play in social injustices, and to enhance our predictions about proposed or yet unimagined policies at any level of the system.

And this is my dog...

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