Thanks to a tuition waiver provided by the NIDA International Program, Allison Valentine Schlosser, a doctoral student in medical anthropology at Case Western Reserve University, will attend the Dutch Summer Institute on Alcohol, Drugs and Addiction. Ms. Schlosser began conducting addiction research in 2005 as a social worker. She hopes to conduct international comparative addiction research integrating anthropological and health services research when she completes her degree. The University of Amsterdam sponsors the 2-week, multidisciplinary institute. The 2012 course will focus on the intersection of policy models, prevention, evidence-based treatment, and bridging the gap between research, treatment practice, and policy. Dennis McCarty, Ph.D., Oregon Health & Science University, is academic director of the Dutch Summer Institute.