Dr. Sanders-Jackson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. Dr. Sanders-Jackson’s work focuses on tobacco control, social media, and the process by which tobacco-related information (such as cessation information online or the passage of smokefree laws) is shared and processed across a variety of mediated and interpersonal channels. Dr. Sanders-Jackson employs a number of methodological approaches including network analysis, experimental methods, and qualitative methods.
Her current publications can be found by clicking on the following link:
Health communication, Tobacco control, Social media, Experimental design, Systems science Information contagion and Diffusion