Dr. Mohamed Haniki Nik Mohamed is an Associate Professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). He is an alumnus of the 2011 Global Tobacco Control Certificate Program. He has the unique combination as a tobacco control researcher, clinician and advocate, having established the first quit smoking clinic for the Science University of Malaysia in 2001 where he successfully co-supervised a master student’s research evaluating the cost-effectiveness of cessation interventions. In 2009, Dr. Mohamed led a research study to develop and evaluate the first set of graphic health warnings for Malaysian cigarette packs, and four of the six current graphic health warnings come from this research. He was been awarded a Gold Medal at the International Islamic University Malaysia’s 2009 Research, Invention and Innovation Exhibition and a Silver Medal at the 21st International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition for his study of the safety and efficacy of an herbal preparation for smoking cessation. Currently Dr. Mohamed is leading a 30-member team to update the Malaysian clinical practice guideline on tobacco use and dependence, as well as serving as Hon. Secretary for the newly formed Initiatives of Malaysian Health Professionals’ Alliance on Cessation of Tobacco (IMPACT).