Anna-Marie currently works in the area of Global Tobacco Control in the Department of Health Sciences here at the University of York, where she coordinates two large trials in low-and middle-income countries. Anna-Marie is also involved with several additional projects, including the social norms associated with tobacco use and cessation.
Anna-Marie's background is in Psychology. Within this area her main interests are the effects of drug use on cognition and mental health, with a specific interest in alcohol and tobacco. She also has an interest in e-cigarettes, which was the topic of her PhD, which explored the role of e-cigarettes as a method for smoking cessation.
BSc, Psychology, Northumbria University at Newcastle
MReS, Northumbria University at Newcastle
PhD, E-cigarettes as a method for smoking cessation
Anna-Marie's main research interests are tobacco control in low and middle income countries and the effects of e-cigarette, and their role in tobacco control.