Dr. Winickoff is a practicing pediatrician and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He has training and experience in health services research, medical ethics, neurobiology, statistics, and behavioral theory. He has received numerous awards including the Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service for “protecting the health of the United States public.” He currently chairs the American Academy of Pediatrics Tobacco Consortium and has over 30 peer-reviewed publications, 15 specifically about tobacco control in child healthcare settings. Two of these studies were the first to evaluate the delivery of smoking cessation pharmacotherapies to parents in the pediatric setting. He is the Harvard site PI for the Julius Richmond Center of Excellence, Addressing the Secondhand Smoke Exposure of Children. He has drafted key tobacco control policy for the AMA, AAP, and the APA. He serves as a scientific advisor to the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program. The program he developed out of his research known as CEASE, the Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure, is being used in North Carolina, being evaluated in a Legacy funded project in New York and Massachusetts, and is available nationally at ceasetobacco.org.