Dr John Buckell
John is a senior researcher with a joint appointment at HERC in the Nuffield Department of Population Health and the BRC in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care. He works on behavioural research in two main subject areas, genomics and obesity. He uses experimental and econometric approaches to answer research questions.
John recently joined from the Yale School of Public Health where he worked on tobacco behaviours. He received his master’s/doctoral training from the University of Leeds and his undergraduate degree from Aston University.
Do JUUL and e-cigarette flavours change risk perceptions of adolescents? Evidence from a national survey
Strombotne K. et al, (2020), Tobacco Control
Registered Reports: Time to Radically Rethink Peer Review in Health Economics
CLARKE P. et al, (2020), PharmacoEconomics - Open
Measuring and optimising the efficiency of community hospital inpatient care for older people: the MoCHA mixed-methods study
Young J. et al, (2020), Health Services and Delivery Research, 8, 1 - 100
Tobacco-21 laws and young adult smoking: quasi-experimental evidence.
Friedman AS. et al, (2019), Addiction (Abingdon, England), 114, 1816 - 1823
The impact of flavors, health risks, secondhand smoke and prices on young adults’ cigarette and e‐cigarette choices: a discrete choice experiment
Buckell J. and Sindelar JL., (2019), Addiction, 114, 1427 - 1435