We're recruiting new academic, research and professional staff roles to support our work researching and exposing the tactics of the tobacco industry.
The Stopping Tobacco Organisations and Products (STOP) is a brand new global tobacco industry watchdog based partly in Bath alongside our partners:
As such, STOP brings together the global leaders in tobacco industry monitoring and research, advocacy, accountability and communication. This unique combination will help ensure our research is widely and effectively communicated and maximally impactful.
This new watchdog, funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, will build on the successful research of the University of Bath’s Tobacco Control Research Group including its TobaccoTactics website. With focus on low and middle income countries, we will be extending the scale, geographic reach and responsiveness of our research.
You will be joining the Tobacco Control Research Group. Globally recognised for its research on the tobacco industry, it is a dynamic, multidisciplinary, award-winning research group, based in the Department for Health. You will also benefit from close collaboration with the School of Management and the Department of Social & Policy Sciences within the University as well as with our dynamic project partners.
Tobacco control research at the University of Bath
Our growing, multidisciplinary Tobacco Control Research Group is directed by Professor Anna Gilmore.
Research from the group focuses on these main areas:
We're committed to ensuring work is relevant to policy and practice and has secured impacts from UK to global level.
We're part of the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies (UKCTAS), one of five UK Centres for Public Health Excellence, funded by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration.
Our ground-breaking database, TobaccoTactics, is a unique academic resource that monitors the tobacco industry and its allies. This unparalleled resource now contains 777 profiles of individuals and organisations with tobacco industry links.
Our work is globally recognised. Senior and early career staff have received awards for their research and its impacts on policy including from World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Public Health Advocacy Institute.
Department for Health
The Tobacco Control Research Group is based in our Department for Health. The Department is well regarded for research excellence and inclusivity:
For more details please visit our website.