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Research Analyst, Health, Science, and Technology
As a Research Analyst for Health, Science, and Technology, Nada Adibah monitors and synthesizes the literature around smoking, tobacco harm reduction, and nicotine.
She ensures that the Foundation remains abreast of cutting-edge research and able to address research gaps. In addition, Nada conducts quantitative analyses concerning smoking prevalence, health impacts, and perception of harm—research that features in many Foundation projects, including the Global Poll.
Previously, Nada worked as a Research Intern for both Save the Children and the National Sleep Foundation. She has also conducted public health research at George Mason University, examining the gestational effects of traffic pollution on women living in the DC area. Through her work and research, Nada has contributed to several journal articles and presented at scientific meetings and conferences.
Fluent in Indonesian, Nada is based in Washington, DC. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) and a Master of Public Health degree from George Mason University.