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Innovations in Tobacco Control Lecture Series: Raglan Maddox, PhD

Department & Center Events   |   Guest Lecturer

Tuesday, March 5, 2024, 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. ET
Monthly Lecture Series
Past Event

About the Event

Hosted by the Institute for Global Tobacco Control (IGTC), the monthly Innovations in Tobacco Control lecture series welcomes key researchers and experts to share ideas, present their work, and spark discussion.

Presented via Zoom webinar, this virtual event welcomes Raglan Maddox, PhD, for a lecture entitled, “Indigenous Excellence: Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Research and Publishing.”

The lecture will be followed by a brief moderated Q&A and a recording of the event will subsequently be posted to IGTC’s YouTube channel. 


Upon approval of registration, attendees will receive a personalized Zoom link to access the webinar.



Headshot of Raglan Maddox, a man with brown eye, brown hair, a beard and a light brown complexion, wearing black eyeglasses and smiling

Raglan Maddox, PhD

Australian National University Associate Professor Raglan Maddox’s (Bagumani (Modewa) Clans, Papua New Guinea) program of research has focused on developing and analyzing population based Indigenous heath info-systems using community driven processes, focusing on commercial tobacco use. This research has been generating primary data platforms and returning data to Indigenous communities to help better understand and improve Indigenous health and wellbeing. 

Contact Info

Katie Bittinger