Jazmyne Sutton is interested in health communication, specifically the aspects of mediated messages that make them most effective. Her focus is on the way that individuals receive health information and how that information affects their decisions. She has investigated the relationship between information acquisition and young women’s contraception. Additionally, Sutton has explored the areas of misinformation and knowledge in tobacco research, including various issues of measurement as well as the aspects of messages and images related to perceived effectiveness and behavioral intention. She received a Master of Arts in Communication from San Diego State University in 2015 and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Journalism from Pepperdine University in 2012.