Dr Sharon Cox has over ten years’ experience working in the drug and alcohol field, including working at front-line services with some of the UK's most deprived communities. She has a special interest in harm-reduction and advocates for improving lives through transparency and opportunity. She currently works as a Cancer Research UK Funded Research Fellow at London South Bank University's Centre for Addictive Behaviour Research. Her current research is focused on e-cigarette puffing patterns associated with high and low nicotine e-liquid strength, effects on toxicant and carcinogen exposure.