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Past Meetings & Events

June 01, 2012
Society for Prevention Research 2012 Conference
Location: Washington, D.C., USA
Meeting Web site
May 10, 2012
National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse
Location: Neuroscience Center, Conference Rooms C & D, 6001 Executive Boulevard, Rockville, Maryland 20852
Contact: Teresa Levitin, Ph.D., Email
May 09, 2012
American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting

NIDA Research Track


Location: Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA
Contact: Jane Smither, Email
Meeting Web site
May 09, 2012
The 165th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Meeting Web site
April 19, 2012
Accelerating Knowledge Exchange in Substance Abuse Treatment
Blending Initiative Knowledge Exchange Meeting, supported by NIDA and SAMHSA.
Location: Hilton Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, GA
Contact: Katia Delrahim Howlett, Ph.D., M.P.P., M.B.A., Email
Meeting Web site
April 16, 2012
NIDA's Addiction Performance Project

Kathryn Erbe leads an impressive cast in the Addiction Performance Project, an innovative continuing medical education (CME) program for doctors and other health providers, on April 16 in the Chicago, Ill. area


Location: Northwestern University
Meeting Web site
April 12, 2012
National Rx Abuse Summit
To foster better understanding and cooperation among all stakeholders in the prescription drug abuse arena
Location: Orlando, Florida
Contact: Cathy Lenox1-866-678-6483, Email
Meeting Web site
April 01, 2012
2012 National Science Teachers Association National Conference on Science Education
NIDA Exhibit Program
Location: Indianapolis Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Joan Nolan, Email
Meeting Web site
March 16, 2012
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
Location: Houston, Texas, USA
Meeting Web site
February 23, 2012
The Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) February Webinar – Treating Sleep Problems in PTSD and TBI

The DCoE February webinar will focus on evidence-based and empirically-supported treatments for sleep problems (e.g., trouble getting to sleep, trouble staying asleep, nightmares and excessive daytime sleepiness) that are common in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI). Both behavioral and pharmacological treatments will be presented, with a special emphasis on prazosin. Prazosin is a medication that has been found to be effective in reducing combat-related nightmares.


Location: Webinar
Contact: DCoE Monthly Webinar Support, Email
Meeting Web site

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