Dr. Chen-Sankey’s research broadly focuses on identifying tobacco marketing factors and influence associated with perceptions and patterns of tobacco product use among youth and young adults. Her research program integrates methods from behavioral and neuro-cognitive science, epidemiology, commercial marketing research, and addiction science to generate rigorous evidence that can be used to inform the U.S. FDA’s tobacco regulations. Her current work examines the influence of tobacco (including e-cigarettes and cigars) marketing features (e.g., marketing claims, flavor descriptors, warning labels, and price promotions) on young adults’ perceptions and intentions of using tobacco products.