Hannah Cooper

Dr. Cooper holds the Rollins Chair in Substance Use Disorders Research and is the Vice Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education at the Rollins School of Public Health. She is known for her advances in research on the social determinants of substance use disorders (SUD) and related harms, and combines advanced quantitative and qualitative methods to characterize these determinants and their impacts. Dr. Cooper has served on several national panels and committees, including a National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Task Force on Public Health Interventions to Address the Opioid Crisis; the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health Task Force on Public Health Initiatives to Address the Substance Abuse Crisis; and a NIDA/OBSSR Panel on Contributions of Social and Behavioral Research in Addressing the Opioid Crisis.