We work with a variety of collaborators both inside and outside of academia. Our goal is to conduct research with the highest possible scientific rigor, while being inclusive of multiple perspectives and ensuring that our applied research has a strong potential to benefit our communities and be translated into effective policies and practices outside of the research setting.
Some of our collaborators include:
- The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health
- Faculty from The Visualizing Science Project and Nevada Center for Data and Design in the UNR Reynolds School of Journalism
- Faculty from the University of California, San Diego; University of California Riverside; Indiana University; Drexel University; Research Triangle International; University of California, San Francisco, City University of New York, University of Connecticut, University of North Carolina, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State University, Cal State Fullerton, London School of Economics, University of Edinburgh, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Ottawa, Simon Fraser University, University of Toronto, University of São Paulo, Brazil, Universidad de Chile, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia, Universidad de Santa Fe, Argentina, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, La Trobe University, Australian National University, University of Sydney, Australia, University of Otago, Wellington
- Public health organizations and advocacy groups: Washoe County Health District, Nevada Tobacco Prevention Coalition (NTPC), American Cancer Society, American Heart Foundation, Grassroots Change, Changelab Solutions, Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids (CTFK), Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI), El Poder del Consumidor, Educar Consumidores, Red Nacional del Tabaco
- Public health institutions and inter-governmental bodies: Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, South African Medical Research Council, Pan American Health Organization, World Health Organization