The latest NIDA International Program webinar, Understanding the Relationships Between Policy and Research, is now available for viewing. Alison Ritter, Ph.D., who directs the Drug Policy Modelling Program at the University of New South Wales, Australia, provides viewers with a broad overview of the drug policy process. Building on her extensive experience in Australian and international settings, Dr. Ritter focused on the interaction among multiple players—including politicians, the media, and drug abuse researchers—who define drug problems and identify and evaluate potential solutions.
Volatile Substance Abuse Virtual Seminars, developed by a multinational working group of inhalant abuse researchers funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and supported by NIDA, explore the epidemiology, neurobiology, prevention, and treatment of inhalant abuse. To view the following virtual seminars, please visit the University of Saskatchewan site Research Chair in Substance Abuse.
NIDA Division Director Virtual Seminar Series Recorded talks introduce the mission, goals, and international research priorities of each NIDA Division. Learn more about NIDA, identify potential research topics of interest to NIDA, or prepare for meetings with NIDA staff.