Revised September 2012
NIDA's Neuroscience Consortium organized the 9th annual Frontiers in Addiction Research Mini-Convention held at the 2010 Society for Neuroscience Meeting, November 12, 2010 in San Diego, CA. The mini-convention included sessions on the role of nicotinic receptors in the habenula in mediating addiction; using model organisms to discover unanticipated pathways to addiction; a fresh look at dopamine release and uptake; and connectivity of the human brain and its disruption by drugs of abuse.
- The Role of Nicotinic Receptors in the Habenula in Mediating Addiction
- Using Model Organisms to Discover Unanticipated Pathways to Addiction
- A Fresh Look at Dopamine Release and Uptake
- Connectivity of the Human Brain and Its Disruption by Drugs of Abuse