2018 “It’s About a Billion Lives” Symposium on Feb 2

Keynote Speaker - Karen L. Smith, MD, MPH, Director & State Public Health Officer, California Department of Public Health, presents 
"Smokefree or Up in Smoke? Reinvigorated tobacco control policy in an era of legalized marijuana"

       •"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 - Janet Napolitano JD, President, University of California
 
       
Please join us! The symposium begins at 8:30am-12:30pm on Friday, February 2 at the UCSF Parnassus campus.This is a public symposium, open to all members of the University, public health and health care professionals, the media, and the community. 
 
To view the 2017 symposium, please click here

  • Children and Tobacco 2017: Who's Winning?, Jonathan Klein, MD, MPH (0h:33m)
  • Rather wreck my gums than my lungs: Smokeless tobacco and California rural adolescent males, Benjamin Chaffee, Asst Professor (1h:24m)
  • Smokers with psychological distress: As smoking drops they attempt to quit more & smoke less, Margarete Kulik, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:07m)
  • Philip Morris data shows FDA mandating lower cigarette nicotine levels would improve population health, Eunice Neeley, MD, MPH, Postdoctoral Fellow (3h:07m)
  • Booze, Butts or Both? Combating young adult tobacco use in bars, Pamela Ling, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine, CTCRE Fellowship Director (3h:32m)
  • Closing, Talmadge E. King Jr., MD

 
To view the 2016 symposium, please click here

  • What will it take to transform the prediction of a billion deaths into a billion lives saved?, Matthew Myers, President, Tobacco-Free Kids (0h:2m)
  • You are how you smoke: Implications of different patterns of adolescent & yound adult smoking behavior, Lauren M Dutra, Postdoctoral Fellow (1h:06m)
  • Thirdhand cigarette smoke, a persistent environmental contaiminant, Suzaynn F Schick, Asst Prof of Medicine, Division of Occupational Medicine(1h:25m)
  • Electronic cigarette use by individuals in treatment for substance abuse, Noah Gubner, Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:10m)
  • Implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: Challenges & Opportunities, Stella Aguinaga Bialous, Associate Prof, Social & Behavioral Sciences, School of Nursing, (2h:32m)
  • Closing, Daniel H. Lowenstein, MD

To view the 2015 symposium, please click here

  • Finish It. Tobacco Prevention for the Post-Millennial Generation, Robin Koval, President and CEO, American Legacy Foundation (2m:50)
  • Health impact of expanding e-cigarette sales, Sara Kalkhoran, Clinical Fellow (55m:00)
  • I Smoked, I Quit...All Because of You: Leveraging family and peer support for quitting, Janice Tsoh, Assoc Professor, Psychiatry (1h:18:00)
  • Kirk vs. Spock: Emotion, reason and tobacco warning labels, Lucy Popova, Postdoctoral Fellow (1h:55:55)
  • The smoker's brain: Damaged, but capable of recovery, Dieter Meyerhoff, Professor, Radiology and Biomedical Imaging (2h:18:30)
  • Closing, B. Joseph Guglielmo, PharmD

To view the 2014 symposium, please click here

  • FDA & Tobacco Product Regulation in the 21st Century, Mitch Zeller, Director, FDA Center of Tobacco Products (2m:55)
  • Communicating the Invisible Risks of Nondaily Smoking & E-Cigarettes, Emily McDonald, CTCRE Postdoctoral  Fellow (57m:00)
  • Tobacco Industry, the Military & Public Health, Elizabeth Smith, Assoc Adjunct Professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences (1h:16m:10)
  • Cigarette Smoking, Stress & Depression Among Minority Older Adults, Erik Rodriquez, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:06m:33)
  • Smoke-Induced Heart Attacks: The Underlying Biology, Peter Ganz, Professor & Chief, Division of Cardiology, SFGH (2h:27m:34)

To view the 2013 symposium, please click here

  • Tobacco Control: Progress Made & Challenges Ahead, Cheryl Healton, President, American Legacy Foundation (22m:50)
  • Quarterbacking Behind the Scenes: The Tobacco Industry's Role in Shaping the Tea Party, Amanda Fallin, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (1h:18m:00)
  • Even Brief Secondhand Smoke Exposure Disrupts Arterial Function, Matthew Springer, Associate Professor of Medicine, Cardiology (1h:36m:48)
  • Nicotine Dependence & Carcinogen Exposure Among Black & White Smokers, Gideon St. Helen, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:07m:50)
  • More Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Among Children Exposed to Secondhand Smoke, Wendy Max, Co-Director, Institute for Health & Aging, Professor of Health Economics (2h:30m:10)
  • Closing, Susan Desmond-Hellman

To view the 2012 symposium, please click here

  • How Much Longer Until We Get There, Ursula Bauer, Director, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion, CDC (12m:50)
  • "Smoking Revolution?" Electronic Cigarettes & Public Health, Rachel Grana, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (58m:30)
  • What Will Happen to Health Care Costs If We Pass the Calif Cancer Research Act...and if we don't, James Lightwood, Assoc Adjunct Professor of Clinical Pharmacy (1h:19m:35)
  • Price Discounting Keeps Poor People Buying Cigarettes in China, Tingting Yao, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:33m:20)
  • Smoke Gets In Your ICU: Cigarette SMoke Exposure & Critical Illness, Carolyn Calfee, Asst Professor in Residence, Medicine (2h:50m:55)
  • Outpatient Tobacco Screening & Treatment at UCSF: An Interprofessional Needs Assessment, Kristianne Meisels, Pharm. D Student (3h:20m:50)
  • Closing, Sam Hawgood, MBBS           

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FDA & Tobacco Product Regulation in the 21st Century

FDA & Tobacco Product Regulation in the 21st Century, Mitch Zeller, Director, FDA Center of Tobacco Products (2m:55) 
 
Imparting the Invisible Risks of Nondaily Smoking & E-Cigarettes, Emily McDonald, CTCRE Postdoctoral  Fellow (57m:00) 
 
Tobacco Industry, the Military & Public Health, Elizabeth Smith, Assoc Adjunct Professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences (1h:16m:10) 
 
Cigarette Smoking, Stress & Depression Among Minority Older Adults, Erik Rodriquez, CTCRE Postdoctoral Fellow (2h:06m:33)  text loans
 
Smoke-Induced Heart Attacks: The Underlying Biology, Peter Ganz, Professor & Chief, Division of Cardiology, SFGH (2h:27m:34)

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