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Joyner Sims, M.D. is the former State Director of the Tobacco Prevention Program for Florida (1995) and Assistant Health Officer of the State Health Office of Florida (1995).
Dr. Sims received his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Louisiana State University (1973). He was an Associate Research Professor with the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida.
Dr. Sims has written several tobacco-related articles, including: "A Tobacco-Free Sunshine State: Science and Public Opinion Support Stronger Tobacco Controls", Journal of the Florida Medical Association, February 1996; "Opposition to Tobacco Use: A Nonpartisan Public Health Issue" (Guest Editorial), Journal of the Florida Medical Association, February 1996; "Living and Dying With Tobacco: Past, Present and Future", The Record, Official Publication of the Broward County Medical Association, November 1995; "Tobacco: The Leading Cause of Death", Journal of the Florida Medical Association, December 1994; 'Tobacco Use in Florida: Consequences and Costs", Cancer Control, Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center, September/October 1994.(State of Florida's Proposed Plaintiff's Disclosure of Expert Witnesses, 2/5/97)
Dr. Sims was located at University of South Florida, College of Public Health, 13201 N. Bruce B. Downs Blvd. (MDC 56), Tampa, Florida 33612-3805; Phone (913) 974-6644; Fax (813) 974-6741.
This may be a more current information on Dr. Sims:
Joyner Sims, Ph.D.
Manager, Public Policy
DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals
1555 Delaney Drive, Apt. 101
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
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