Judith S. Gordon, Ph.D., is a native of New York City. In the late 1980’s, she moved to Eugene, Oregon, where she obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Oregon. Prior to joining the Department of Family and Community Medicine, Dr. Gordon was a Senior Scientist at the Oregon Research Institute. Her areas of expertise include public health tobacco cessation interventions delivered in dental and medical settings, web-based self-help tobacco cessation programs, smokeless tobacco cessation, and computer-based tobacco prevention programs. Dr. Gordon has been the PI or Co-Investigator on numerous tobacco cessation and prevention projects funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She has expertise in creating and evaluating educational programs designed to teach healthcare workers how to help their patients quit using tobacco. Dr. Gordon has authored and co-authored numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, and served on several proposal review committees and editorial boards.
mHealth Smoking cessation Health disparities Multi-behavioral interventions Prevention Quality improvement Clinical decision support systems