Connolly

Gregory N. Connolly

Professor of the Practice of Public Health

Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

677 Huntington Avenue

Landmark Building
401 Park Drive, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02115
Mailing Address: Landmark Building
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Phone: 617.496.0863

Research

Gregory N. Connolly is Professor of the Practice of Public Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Harvard School of Public Health. He is also a Dr. William Cahan Distinguished Professor awarded by the Flight Attendants Medical Research Institute (FAMRI).  He conducts basic and applied research on tobacco products with a focus on the contribution to dependence and abuse liability.  His research interests lie in establishing a science base for tobacco product regulation.  He currently is the principal investigator on two grants in this area.   Also, he directs research projects in a number of foreign countries and at the international level to establish local science needed for the adoption of effective tobacco control policies and programs and evaluating their impact on population health. He is the principal investigator on one grant in this area. Finally, he conducts and directs research on the dangers of secondhand smoke, mechanistic links between exposure and disease and measures to control secondhand smoke.  He is the principal investigator on one grant in this area.

Education

M.P.H., 1978, Harvard School of Public Health (Healthcare Administration)
D.M.D., 1974, Tufts University, School of Dental Medicine (Dentistry)
B.A., 1970, Holy Cross College (Biology)