Dr. Ce Shang is an Assistant Professor in Medical Oncology at the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Her research focuses on the economic analysis of health behaviors, with an emphasis on how taxes and policies impact substance use and abuse. She is funded by the NIH Pathway to Independence Award to study alcohol taxation and affordability. Her other projects involve using experiments to estimate consumers’ preferences and demand for tobacco products. Dr. Shang received the 2015 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kaafee Billah Memorial Award in Economics Research, and was among the 2016 cohort of World Heart Federation (WHF) Emerging Leaders of tobacco control.
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