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Erin Rogers

Erin Rogers, DrPH, MPH

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

smoking cessation, mental health, health disparities, tobacco use

My research is motivated by a commitment to reducing tobacco-related health disparities, with a focus on smokers with mental health conditions and smokers living in poverty—two populations with persistently high rates of tobacco use. As an Assistant Professor of Population Health at NYU School of Medicine, I study gaps in tobacco treatment for smokers with psychiatric diagnoses and develop interventions to enhance the implementation of tobacco use treatment into behavioral health settings. My research also aims to understand economic determinants and costs of tobacco use and to develop interventions that reduce financial insecurity as a barrier to cessation in low-income populations. In pursuit of these aims, I have received extramural funding from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Veterans Health Administrative (VA), and Robin Hood Foundation.

I received my BS in psychology from the University of California San Diego, an MPH in health services management from the University of California Los Angeles, and a DrPH in health policy and management from the CUNY Graduate Center. I also received training in implementation science from the VA’s Center for Implementation Practice & Research Support. I teach a master’s-level course in dissemination and implementation science as part of the Population Health Department’s Comparative Effectiveness and Implementation Research Training (CEIRT) program.

I am an active member of the American Public Health Association, the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT), and Academy Health. I serve on the Disparities Committee for SRNT and the Advisory Committee for the Behavioral Health Services Research Interest Group at AcademyHealth.



Academic office

180 Madison Avenue

17th floor, Room 1753

New York, NY 10016

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Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

DrPH from CUNY Graduate Center

MPH from University of California

Japuntich, Sandra J; Dunne, Eugene M; Krieger, Naomi H; Ryan, Patricia M; Rogers, Erin; Sherman, Scott E; Fu, Steven S

Community mental health journal. 2020 Feb; 56(2):328-332

Makkar, Raj R; Thourani, Vinod H; Mack, Michael J; Kodali, Susheel K; Kapadia, Samir; Webb, John G; Yoon, Sung-Han; Trento, Alfredo; Svensson, Lars G; Herrmann, Howard C; Szeto, Wilson Y; Miller, D Craig; Satler, Lowell; Cohen, David J; Dewey, Todd M; Babaliaros, Vasilis; Williams, Mathew R; Kereiakes, Dean J; Zajarias, Alan; Greason, Kevin L; Whisenant, Brian K; Hodson, Robert W; Brown, David L; Fearon, William F; Russo, Mark J; Pibarot, Philippe; Hahn, Rebecca T; Jaber, Wael A; Rogers, Erin; Xu, Ke; Wheeler, Jaime; Alu, Maria C; Smith, Craig R; Leon, Martin B

New England journal of medicine. 2020 01 29; 382(9):

Japuntich, Sandra J; Hammett, Patrick J; Rogers, Erin S; Fu, Steven; Burgess, Diana J; El Shahawy, Omar; Melzer, Anne C; Noorbaloochi, Siamak; Krebs, Paul; Sherman, Scott E

Nicotine & tobacco research. 2020 Jan 20;

Rogers, Erin S; Vargas, Elizabeth A; Voigt, Elizabeth

BMC research notes. 2020 Jan 02; 13(1):3

Cuthel, Allison; Rogers, Erin; Daniel, Flora; Carroll, Emily; Pham-Singer, Hang; Shelley, Donna

American journal of medical quality. 2019 Dec 22; 1062860619893422

Wang, John; Rogers, Erin; Fu, Steven; Gravely, Amy; Noorbaloochi, Siamak; Sherman, Scott

Journal of smoking cessation. 2019 Dec; 14(4):239-244

Rogers, Erin S; Wysota, Christina N

American journal of preventive medicine. 2019 Nov; 57(5):687-694

Nguyen, Ann M; Cuthel, Allison; Padgett, Deborah K; Niles, Paulomi; Rogers, Erin; Pham-Singer, Hang; Ferran, Diane; Kaplan, Sue A; Berry, Carolyn; Shelley, Donna

Journal of general internal medicine. 2019 Oct 21;