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Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Tessa Langley graduated with an Honours degree in Economics and Economic History from the University of Warwick in 2007. She went on to work as a Junior Researcher at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment in Vienna and as a trainee in DG Health and Consumers at the European Commission in Brussels. She obtained a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Nottingham in 2009, before working as a Research Associate in the Division of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Nottingham from August 2009 to October 2012. In this role she worked on Medical Research Council and Cancer Research UK-funded projects to evaluate a range of tobacco control policies using econometric time series analysis. She completed her PhD, entitled "Evaluating the impact of English tobacco control policies on quitting behaviour" in February 2012, before taking up her post as Lecturer in November 2012. She is currently working on projects to evaluate the effectiveness of tobacco control mass media campaigns and to estimate the price elasticity of tobacco in the UK.
Public health, economics, statistics
Tessa Langley teaches Health Economics to students enrolled in the Masters of Public Health and MSc Applied Epidemiology courses in the Division of Epidemiology and Public Health. She also teaches on… read more
Tessa Langley teaches Health Economics to students enrolled in the Masters of Public Health and MSc Applied Epidemiology courses in the Division of Epidemiology and Public Health. She also teaches on the UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies' Postgraduate modules in Tobacco Control and supervises undergraduate and postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students.
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