Former NIDA International fellows and their international partners have published findings from research funded through RFA-DA-10-008, International Research Collaborations on HIV/AIDS and Drug Use. The funding opportunity was issued to stimulate collaborative research among foreign investigators from the same geographic regions to address regional issues on the intersection of HIV/AIDS and drug use in international settings. The articles include:
Irma Kirtadze, M.D., senior researcher at Alternative Georgia Addiction Research Center in the Republic of Georgia, has received a NIDA Distinguished International Scientist Collaboration Award (DISCA). Dr. Kirtadze will use the award to work with her U.S. partner, Hendrée Jones, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The two are developing a manual to implement supported employment programs for women with substance use disorders. During Dr.