Marcel de Dios
Department of Psychological, Health, & Learning Sciences
Dr. Marcel de Dios research aims to provide understanding and development of substance use interventions for populations that experience health disparities. His research focuses on the treatment of tobacco and marijuana use in a variety of subpopulations including illicit substance users, HIV+ populations, low-income, and Latino populations, as well as emerging adults. One of his primary areas of research is Latino substance use, in particular, identification of cultural and social factors that influence smoking cessation treatment outcomes and integrating findings for the development of more effective cessation interventions.