Jodi Prochaska

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Jodi Prochaska
Associate Professor of Medicine
Faculty Research Fellow, 2014-15

Professor Jodi Prochaska is Associate Professor of Medicine at the Stanford Research Prevention Center. Her research program focuses on developing effective treatments for tobacco dependence and other leading risk factors (e.g. sedentary behavior, obesity, stress and distress), with a focus on complex and multi-problem groups including people with serious mental illness, alcohol and drug problems, and heart disease, the unemployed and homeless.  As a Clayman Fellow, Professor Prochaska will examine the use of tobacco and electronic nicotine delivery devices (e.g., e-cigarettes, e-hookah) among the Stanford student body with examination of differences in use patterns across the gender spectrum and Asian American young women in the Bay Area as a function of the immigration process and country of origin.  You can view Professor Prochaska's full bio here.