Dana Bryazka

Dana Bryazka is a researcher at the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, focused on forecasting tobacco policy scenarios. Prior to this, she led the alcohol use risk factor modeling on the Global Burden of Disease Study. Her work has been published in The Lancet. She earned an MS from the University of Washington and a BA from the University of Chicago.


For Young Men, Alcohol Does Not Have to Be a Death Sentence

For males ages 15 to 49, drinking alcohol causes nearly 10 percent of all years lost to death and disability


A Russian Prescription to Reduce Alcohol Use

Sustained changes to alcohol policy in Russia have contributed to big gains in life expectancy