Anuja Majmundar is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Health Behavior Research program. She is interested in using her multidisciplinary background to investigate ways in which technology and media shape health behaviors and policies. Anuja’s current work is focused on developing computational social science and data science methodologies to address tobacco control priorities at scale. Her research interests leverage several years of experience in marketing research. Anuja completed her M.B.A. in Communication Management from Symbiosis International University, and M.A. in Communication from San Diego State University. She was awarded the TCORS pre-doctoral fellowship in 2019 and was also a recipient of USC’s Provost Fellowship (2016-2017).