Sarah Jackson

Principal Research Fellow Behavioural Science and Health

University College London (UCL)


Sarah is a Principal Research Fellow in the UCL Alcohol and Tobacco Research Group. Her work focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of smoking cessation aids and interventions on an individual and population level. To do this, she makes use of large, population-based datasets such as the Smoking Toolkit Study. She sits on Action on Smoking and Health’s advisory council, the London Smoking Cessation Transformation Programme board, and is a Senior Editor at the journal Addiction.


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