Alex C. Liber

As an Assistant Professor in the Department of Oncology at Georgetown University’s School of Medicine, Dr. Liber focuses his work at the intersection between markets, public policy, and the public health. Dr. Liber received his PhD from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in 2020 in the Health Services Organizations and Policy Program with a focus on Political Science. Since 2008, Liber has contributed to the field of tobacco control policy research, first at Ohio State University during his bachelor’s degree, then at Emory University during his master’s degree, and then at the American Cancer Society as a part of the Economic and Health Research Program. He employs quantitative and qualitative methods to answer pressing questions about the causes and effects of regulation, particularly in the areas of tobacco control and novel tobacco products.