Eric Crosbie, PhD

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    University of California, Santa CruzPhD2016Politics, DE Public Health
    San Francisco State UniversityMA2010International Relations
    San Francisco State UniversityBA2007History
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    Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP)2015  - 2016Dissertation Research Award
    Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy2015  - 2016Dissertation Research Grant
    Pacific Rim Research Program2014  - 2015Graduate Research Grant
    Chicano/Latino Research Center2014  - 2015Graduate Research Grant

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    1. EXPANDING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF INDUSTRY OPPOSITION TO HELP IMPLEMENT SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGE TAXATION. Public Health Nutr. 2021 Jul 05; 1-8. Crosbie E, Florence D. PMID: 34218841.
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    2. Food environment solutions for childhood obesity in Latin America and among Latinos living in the United States. Obes Rev. 2021 Jun; 22 Suppl 3:e13237. Duran AC, Mialon M, Crosbie E, Jensen ML, Harris JL, Batis C, Corvalán C, Taillie LS. PMID: 34152071.
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    3. Tobacco supply and demand strategies used in African countries. Bull World Health Organ. 2021 Jul 01; 99(7):539-540. Crosbie E, Defrank V, Egbe CO, Ayo-Yusuf O, Bialous S. PMID: 34248227.
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    4. Beyond nutrition and physical activity: food industry shaping of the very principles of scientific integrity. Global Health. 2021 Apr 20; 17(1):37. Mialon M, Ho M, Carriedo A, Ruskin G, Crosbie E. PMID: 33879204.
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    5. The influence of cultural food security on cultural identity and well-being: a qualitative comparison between second-generation American and international students in the United States. Ecol Food Nutr. 2021 Feb 25; 1-27. Wright KE, Lucero JE, Ferguson JK, Granner ML, Devereux PG, Pearson JL, Crosbie E. PMID: 33632041.
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    6. State Preemption: An Emerging Threat to Local Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation. Am J Public Health. 2021 04; 111(4):677-686. Crosbie E, Pomeranz JL, Wright KE, Hoeper S, Schmidt L. PMID: 33600243.
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    7. The impact that cultural food security has on identity and well-being in the second-generation U.S. American minority college students. Food Secur. 2021 Jan 25; 1-15. Wright KE, Lucero JE, Ferguson JK, Granner ML, Devereux PG, Pearson JL, Crosbie E. PMID: 33520017.
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    8. Exceeding WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) Obligations: Nepal Overcoming Tobacco Industry Interference to Enact a Comprehensive Tobacco Control Policy. Nicotine Tob Res. 2020 12 12; 22(12):2213-2223. Bhatta DN, Bialous S, Crosbie E, Glantz S. PMID: 31535694.
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    9. Defending Comprehensive Tobacco Control Policy Implementation in Nepal From Tobacco Industry Interference (2011-2018). Nicotine Tob Res. 2020 12 12; 22(12):2203-2212. Bhatta DN, Crosbie E, Bialous SA, Glantz S. PMID: 32309853.
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    10. COVID-19 and a Window of Opportunity: Guiding Principles for a Health-Promoting Trade Agenda. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2020 Dec 05. Yang JS, Kotzias V, Crosbie E, Mackey TK. PMID: 33327688.
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    11. "The architecture of the state was transformed in favour of the interests of companies": corporate political activity of the food industry in Colombia. Global Health. 2020 10 12; 16(1):97. Mialon M, Gaitan Charry DA, Cediel G, Crosbie E, Baeza Scagliusi F, Pérez Tamayo EM. PMID: 33046110.
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    12. 'I had never seen so many lobbyists': food industry political practices during the development of a new nutrition front-of-pack labelling system in Colombia. Public Health Nutr. 2021 Jun; 24(9):2737-2745. Mialon M, Gaitan Charry DA, Cediel G, Crosbie E, Scagliusi FB, Perez Tamayo EM. PMID: 32819452.
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    13. Hollow Threats: Transnational Food and Beverage Companies' Use of International Agreements to Fight Front-of-Pack Nutrition Labeling in Mexico and Beyond. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2020 Aug 10. Crosbie E, Carriedo A, Schmidt L. PMID: 32801219.
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    14. Mapping of food industry strategies to influence public health policy, research and practice in South Africa. Int J Public Health. 2020 Sep; 65(7):1027-1036. Mialon M, Crosbie E, Sacks G. PMID: 32728853.
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    15. Commentary on Hilton et al. (2020): Expanding social discourse analysis to gain traction on the broad commercial determinants of health. Addiction. 2020 12; 115(12):2315-2316. Crosbie E, Schmidt L. PMID: 32720419.
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    16. Understanding Structure and Agency as Commercial Determinants of Health Comment on "How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention". Int J Health Policy Manag. 2020 07 01; 9(7):315-318. Lee K, Crosbie E. PMID: 32613804.
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    17. Transnational corporations, obesity and planetary health. Lancet Planet Health. 2020 07; 4(7):e266-e267. Schmidt L, Mialon M, Kearns C, Crosbie E. PMID: 32681894.
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    18. Preemption in Tobacco Control: A Framework for Other Areas of Public Health. Am J Public Health. 2020 03; 110(3):345-350. Crosbie E, Schmidt LA. PMID: 31944839.
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    19. Response to the letter to the editor regarding: Removing the last billboard for the tobacco industry: Tobacco standardized packaging in Ireland. Health Policy. 2020 01; 124(1):115. Crosbie E. PMID: 31690459.
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    20. Tobacco control in Nepal during a time of government turmoil (1960-2006). Tob Control. 2020 09; 29(5):548-555. Bhatta D, Crosbie E, Bialous S, Glantz S. PMID: 31363061.
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    21. Removing the last billboard for the tobacco industry: Tobacco standardized packaging in Ireland. Health Policy. 2019 10; 123(10):932-935. Crosbie E. PMID: 31327545.
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    22. Correction to: USMCA (NAFTA 2.0): tightening the constraints on the right to regulate for public health. Global Health. 2019 Jul 01; 15(1):44. Labonté R, Crosbie E, Gleeson D, McNamara C. PMID: 31262313.
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    23. Emerging threats of global preemption to nutrition labelling. Health Policy Plan. 2019 Jun 01; 34(5):401-402. Crosbie E, Hatefi A, Schmidt L. PMID: 31173105.
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    24. USMCA (NAFTA 2.0): tightening the constraints on the right to regulate for public health. Global Health. 2019 05 14; 15(1):35. Labonté R, Crosbie E, Gleeson D, McNamara C. PMID: 31088499.
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    25. State Preemption to Prevent Local Taxation of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages. JAMA Intern Med. 2019 03 01; 179(3):291-292. Crosbie E, Schillinger D, Schmidt LA. PMID: 30667481.
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    26. Memoranda of understanding: a tobacco industry strategy to undermine illicit tobacco trade policies. Tob Control. 2019 12; 28(e2):e110-e118. Crosbie E, Bialous S, Glantz SA. PMID: 30659106.
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    27. Containing diffusion: the tobacco industry's multipronged trade strategy to block tobacco standardised packaging. Tob Control. 2019 03; 28(2):195-205. Crosbie E, Eckford R, Bialous S. PMID: 29680829.
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    28. Regulatory chills: tobacco industry legal threats and the politics of tobacco standardised packaging in New Zealand. N Z Med J. 2018 04 13; 131(1473):25-41. Crosbie E, Thomson G. PMID: 29649194.
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    29. Advancing progressive health policy to reduce NCDs amidst international commercial opposition: Tobacco standardised packaging in Australia. Glob Public Health. 2018 12; 13(12):1753-1766. Crosbie E, Thomson G, Freeman B, Bialous S. PMID: 29484965.
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    30. Tobacco control law implementation in a middle-income country: Transnational tobacco control network overcoming tobacco industry opposition in Colombia. Glob Public Health. 2018 08; 13(8):1050-1064. Uang R, Crosbie E, Glantz SA. PMID: 28816610.
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    31. Defending strong tobacco packaging and labelling regulations in Uruguay: transnational tobacco control network versus Philip Morris International. Tob Control. 2018 03; 27(2):185-194. Crosbie E, Sosa P, Glantz SA. PMID: 28336521.
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    32. Smokefree implementation in Colombia: Monitoring, outside funding, and business support. Salud Publica Mex. 2017 Mar-Apr; 59(2):128-136. Uang R, Crosbie E, Glantz SA. PMID: 28562713.
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    33. Advancing corporate rights at the expense of public health: A brief examination of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. J of Int Pol Solutions. 2016; 18(1):86-91. Crosbie, E.
    34. The importance of continued engagement during the implementation phase of tobacco control policies in a middle-income country: the case of Costa Rica. Tob Control. 2017 01; 26(1):60-68. Crosbie E, Sosa P, Glantz SA. PMID: 26856614.
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    35. Costa Rica's implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: Overcoming decades of industry dominance. Salud Publica Mex. 2016 Jan-Feb; 58(1):62-70. Crosbie E, Sosa P, Glantz SA. PMID: 26879509.
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    36. Crosbie et Al. Respond. Am J Public Health. 2014 Dec; 104(12):e5. Crosbie E, Gonzalez M, Glantz SA. PMID: 25320883.
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    37. Health preemption behind closed doors: trade agreements and fast-track authority. Am J Public Health. 2014 Sep; 104(9):e7-e13. Crosbie E, Gonzalez M, Glantz SA. PMID: 25033124.
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    38. Tobacco industry argues domestic trademark laws and international treaties preclude cigarette health warning labels, despite consistent legal advice that the argument is invalid. Tob Control. 2014 May; 23(3):e7. Crosbie E, Glantz SA. PMID: 23179728.
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    39. The evolution of health warning labels on cigarette packs: the role of precedents, and tobacco industry strategies to block diffusion. Tob Control. 2014 Jan; 23(1):e2. Hiilamo H, Crosbie E, Glantz SA. PMID: 23092884.
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    40. Tobacco industry success in Costa Rica: the importance of FCTC article 5.3. Salud Publica Mex. 2012 Jan-Feb; 54(1):28-38. Crosbie E, Sebrié EM, Glantz SA. PMID: 22286826.
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    41. Strong advocacy led to successful implementation of smokefree Mexico City. Tob Control. 2011 Jan; 20(1):64-72. Crosbie E, Sebrié EM, Glantz SA. PMID: 21059606.
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