Beomyoung Cho, PhD, MPH

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Division of Public Health Sciences

PhD, Indiana University School of Public Health – Bloomington, 2017

Dr. Cho’s research areas include lifestyle factors related to cancer and other chronic diseases and can be categorized into tobacco control and obesity. One of his major research interests is examining influencing factors of and sociodemographic disparities in tobacco use (e.g., cigarette smoking, electronic vapor product use, and dual/poly tobacco use) as such information helps develop efficacious tobacco use prevention strategies. He conducts quantitative research using advanced statistical and epidemiologic methods. He is building on his expertise with tobacco use and obesity among people with disabilities and cancer survivors. His current projects at the Division of Public Health Sciences focus on examining disparities in cancer treatments among breast cancer patients.