Dr Jasmine Khouja
Senior Research Associate
University of Bristol
Jasmine Khouja is a Senior Research Associate in smoking studies at the University of Bristol. Her work focuses on the causes and consequences of e-cigarette use as well as the potential impact that e-cigarette policy changes could have on adult smokers, adult vapers and young people. Using a range of methods (including novel methods in genetic epidemiology), she has explored a wide variety of topics, including the gateway hypothesis, possible health effects of vaping, and the potential impact of hypothetical e-liquid flavour bans. The overall aims of Jasmine’s research are to reduce health inequalities and to provide supporting evidence for policies and regulations which protect young people from harm and discourage smoking.
- The impact of policy changes, that are designed to protect young people, on smokers and vapers
Friday 9th December, 2022 11:35
- Panel Debate & Open Floor Questions: Youth vaping and adult smoking – what should the public health response be?
Friday 9th December, 2022 12:35