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Announces three new NIDA National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse members and describes their drug abuse and addiction research experience.
Reports research to study the effectiveness of an intensive case management program to aid female substance abusers who receive welfare in staying off drugs and finding employment.
Reports on the results of a clinical trial that tested the effectiveness of a cocaine vaccine designed as a therapy for cocaine abuse and plans underway for a new study of 300 patients to confirm these results.
Announces the 2010 high school student recipients of the Addiction Science Awards and describes their winning addiction-focused projects.
Reports on 2009 data indicating a rise in drug abuse in the United States and the factors that may have contributed to this increase.
Explores research findings on the value of motivational incentives to promote and reinforce abstinence from substances of abuse and encourage healthy behaviors.
Reports on the objectives and activities of the Neuroscience Consortium and their impact on Institute drug abuse research programs and initiatives.
Describes a study that examined the effectiveness of combining two therapies for drug abuse addiction: methadone treatment and therapeutic communities, two approaches that are rarely combined.
Describes an eight-module web-based curricula that introduces addition research to graduate students of nursing, dentistry, and medicine.
Describes study findings revealing that cocaine abusers who maintain high levels of a certain receptor in their brain during early abstinence relapse sooner than abusers whose levels drop.
The Rise and Fall of the Cocaine High
Researchers Speak: Dr. Kevin M. Gray