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Jérôme Foucaud

Jérôme Foucaud holds a PhD in humanities. He began his career in the field of health and prevention as a scientific expert at the National Institute of Prevention and Education for Health, renamed since then France Public Health (Santé Publique France), where he piloted many projects of international scope. He then joined the Health Insurance as Director of Prevention then Director of the service offer where he managed the CRPCEN five services for more than five years: sickness, elder, insured relations, health and social action and prevention. For more than 5 years, he now heads the research department in humanities and social sciences, epidemiology and public health at the French National Cancer Institute (Inca). In this national agency for health and scientific expertise dedicated to the fight against cancer, he is responsible for developing research and leading studies on cancer in the human and social sciences. Author of around fifty scientific and professional publications, he is also an associate researcher at Sorbonne Paris Nord University, in the Health Education and Practices laboratory (UR 3412). In parallel with these activities, he teaches human sciences and prevention in various universities in France.

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Martin Dockrell

Martin Dockrell is Programme Lead for Tobacco Control Evidence and Implementation at the Office of Health Improvement and Disparities. Previously he was Tobacco Control Programme Lead for Public Health England and before that Director of Policy and Research at Action on Smoking and Health. Over the past 20 years he has contributed to a range of studies on tobacco control, most recently with an emphasis on the use of alternative nicotine products.

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Benoît Labarbe

Benoît Labarbe is Head of “Tobacco and Related Products Assessment Unit” within the Risk Assessment Department of the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES). He holds a Masters of Engineering in Agronomy and a PhD in Food Science. He has been working during the past 25 years on food technology, ingredient formulation, plant metabolites, analytical chemistry, data mining and databases management issues, in private sector then at ANSES since 2009. Formerly Head of different scientific and administrative units, he has been in charge to set up and lead the Tobacco Team within the Agency since 2016 when it has been tasked by the French Ministry in charge of Health to handle product notifications pursuant to the transposition of the 2014/40/EU Tobacco Products Directive.

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Ute Mons

Ute Mons is a University Professor of Cardiovascular Epidemiology of Aging at the University of Cologne, with a secondary affilitation at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg. She holds an M.A. in Sociology and Economics, and a PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health from the University of Heidelberg. She has co-authored more than 100 research publications, mostly in her main research areas tobacco control, cancer prevention, and chronic disease epidemiology. In these areas, Ute Mons is involved in several national and international research projects, including being PI of the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (ITC) Germany project. Ute Mons also participates in national efforts to promote public health and tobacco control, and she is member of the board of the European chapter of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT-E). In 2017, she was awarded one of the ECL ECTOH Young Professional Awards recognizing her contribution to tobacco control.

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Anbakalan Paramasivam

Anbu Paramasivam is a Research Programme Manager at Cancer Research UK where he focused on supporting strategic activities in prevention and population research. Cancer Research UK has launched an ambitious prevention research strategy that continues to highlight tobacco cessation and the safety profile of vaping as part of its research priorities. Anbu holds a PhD in Pharmacology and has held a diverse range of professional roles in research funding for over 10 years; initially at the Royal Society (in national and international funding across natural sciences) and since 2017 at Cancer Research UK.

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