Dr. Allen Gallagher is a research associate at the University of Bath and a member of the Tobacco Control Research Group (@BathTR), which is a partner in the STOP project (@exposetobacco)- a global tobacco industry watchdog with a mission to expose the industry's tactics to undermine public health.
He has a PhD from the University of Bath and an MSc. (with distinction) in drug & alcohol studies and a BA (1st class Honours) in politics and sociology from the University of the West of Scotland.
Allen’s current research focuses on contemporary problems and practices in illicit tobacco trade and their implications for public health.
Postdoctoral research associate, University of Bath
University of Bath, PhD
University of the West of Scotland, MSc. (with distinction) - Drug and alcohol studies
University of the West of Scotland, BA (1st class Honours) - Politics and sociology
Tracking and tracing the tobacco industry: potential tobacco industry influence over the EU’s system for tobacco traceability and security features , BMJ Tobacco Control
Tobacco industry’s elaborate attempts to control a global track and trace system and fundamentally undermine the Illicit Trade Protocol, BMJ Tobacco Control
Tobacco industry data on illicit tobacco trade: a systematic review of existing assessments , BMJ Tobacco Control