Jin Kim-Mozeleski, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences
School of Medicine
Member
Cancer Prevention Control & Population Research Program
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center
Assistant Professor
Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods
School of Medicine

Research Information

Research Interests

My research program aims to contribute to knowledge towards reducing tobacco-related health disparities. My current work examines a key aspect of socioeconomic stress as it relates to disparities in tobacco use and dependence-the experience of hunger and food insecurity. The focus on the intersection of tobacco use and food insecurity is broadly motivated by understanding the interplay of psychological, social, and environmental influences on health behaviors.

Professional Memberships

Society of Behavioral Medicine
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
Delta Omega Honorary Society in Pubic Health, Rho Chapter
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Editorial Board Member

Publications

Education

Bachelor of Arts
Psychology
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2007
Master of Arts
Psychology
University of California, Davis
2011
PhD
Social Psychology
University of California, Davis
2014
Postdoctoral Fellow
Substance Use
University of California, San Francisco
2017