Jessica L. Braymiller (she/her) is a clinical assistant professor and public health researcher focused on understanding nicotine and cannabis use among adolescents and young adults. Her current work centers on e-cigarette use/vaping and associated health outcomes, other emerging modes of tobacco and cannabis delivery, and device characteristics that facilitate initiation and continued use of both substances. Prior to joining the faculty in Community Health and Health Behavior, Dr. Braymiller was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Southern California in the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science. Dr. Braymiller completed her PhD in Biobehavioral Health and her MS in Biobehavioral Health at The Pennsylvania State University. She received her BA in Psychology from Mercyhurst University.