Dr. Daniel Owusu received a DrPH degree in Epidemiology from East Tennessee State University (ETSU), where he was awarded an Outstanding DrPH Epidemiology Student Award in 2016. He also holds a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree in Public Health from the University of Cambridge and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Nursing and Psychology from the University of Ghana, Legon. Currently, Dr. Owusu is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science, School of Public Health, Georgia State University, the USA, where he is applying advanced quantitative and qualitative methods in the development and testing of anti-tobacco messages, and analyzing data from national datasets on risk perceptions around novel tobacco products. Dr. Owusu is also a member of the Tobacco Policy Research Group (TPRG) at ETSU, and the Saharan Tobacco Policy Research Group (STRG). He has authored or co-authored multiple peer-reviewed articles in prestigious international journals, presented at multiple national and international scientific conferences, and contributed to several tobacco control projects including the Regional Population Health Improvement Plan (PHIP) for tobacco control in Northeast Tennessee. He serves as a reviewer for highly ranked public health journals and scientific conferences. Dr. Owusu is an epidemiologist with strong knowledge and skills in advanced epidemiologic methods and statistical analysis. He is highly proficient in hierarchical modeling, survival analysis, categorical data analysis, structural equation modeling, etc. He also has strong expertise in qualitative research methods and qualitative data analysis.