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NIDA-IRP Opioid Translational Research Symposium

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May 22, 2019
NIDA-IRP, Atrium of the BRC Bldg.; Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus, Baltimore

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Adrienne Snyder
NIDA Intramural Research Program (IRP)

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We would like to invite you to an opioid translational research symposium that will be held at the NIDA-IRP on Wednesday, May 22, 2019. The agenda is below with the list of speakers and the titles of their lectures.

Organizers: Yavin Shaham, David Epstein,  Kenzie Preston, Amy Newman

Speaker Time Presentation Academic position
Amy Newman 8:50 Introduction to the symposium Acting Scientific Director NIDA-IRP
Morning Session (extramural)
Gavril Pasternak 9:00 New Horizons in opioid pharmacology and targets in the management of severe pain Professor, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Charlie Chavkin 9:25 Kappa Antagonists as Therapeutics for Opioid Addiction Treatment Professor, U of Washington
Nur Zaveri 9:50 Optimizing NOP-MOP bifunctional agonists as innovative medicines for opioid addiction and non-addicting analgesia in the era of the Opioid Crisis President, Astraea Therapeutics
Coffee break 10:10
Matt Banks 10:45 A preclinical algorithm for evaluation of candidate opioid use disorder medications Assistant Professor, VCU
Sandra Comer 11:10 Medications Development for Opioid Use Disorder: How Well Do the Preclinical and Clinical Data Align? Professor, Columbia U
Ken Silverman 11:35 The Therapeutic Workplace to Address Poverty and Opioid Addiction. Professor, Johns Hopkins, U
Diana Martinez 12:00 Discussant Professor, Columbia U
Lunch plus poster session 12:15
Afternoon session (intramural)
Sergi Ferre 1:30 Opioid-galanin receptor heteromers determine the dopaminergic effects of opioids Section Chief
Leandro Vendruscolo 1:55 Heroin addiction engages stress systems and negative emotional learning brain circuits Staff Scientist
Chloe Jordan 2:20 Highly selective dopamine D3 receptor antagonists attenuate oxycodone reward and augment analgesia in rodents Post-doctoral fellow
Coffee break 2:45
Jennifer Bossert 3:15 A rat model of opioid agonist maintenance therapy: effect of novel mu opioid receptor agonists Staff Scientist
Kenzie Preston 3:40 Relapse prevention with clonidine: from the rat model to the community Branch Chief
David Epstein 4:05 What’s Odd about OUD: Translational Issues Unique to Opioids Section Chief
Kurt Rasmussen 4:30 Discussant Division Chief, NIDA HQ
Wilson Compton 4:45 Concluding remarks
Add to Calendar 05/22/2019 12:00 AM 05/22/2019 12:00 AM 15 NIDA-IRP Opioid Translational Research Symposium We would like to invite you to an opioid translational research symposium that will be held at the NIDA-IRP on Wednesday, May 22, 2019. The agenda is below with the list of speakers and the titles of their lectures. Organizers: Yavin Shaham, David Epstein,  Kenzie Preston, Amy Newman Speaker Time Presentation Academic position Amy Newman 8:50 Introduction to the symposium Acting Scientific Director NIDA-IRP Morning Session (extramural) Gavril Pasternak 9:00 New Horizons in opioid pharmacology and targets in the management of severe pain Professor, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Charlie Chavkin 9:25 Kappa Antagonists as Therapeutics for Opioid Addiction Treatment Professor, U of Washington Nur Zaveri 9:50 Optimizing NOP-MOP bifunctional agonists as innovative medicines for opioid addiction and non-addicting analgesia in the era of the Opioid Crisis President, Astraea Therapeutics Coffee break 10:10 Matt Banks 10:45 A preclinical algorithm for evaluation of candidate opioid use disorder medications Assistant Professor, VCU Sandra Comer 11:10 Medications Development for Opioid Use Disorder: How Well Do the Preclinical and Clinical Data Align? Professor, Columbia U Ken Silverman 11:35 The Therapeutic Workplace to Address Poverty and Opioid Addiction. Professor, Johns Hopkins, U Diana Martinez 12:00 Discussant Professor, Columbia U Lunch plus poster session 12:15 Afternoon session (intramural) Sergi Ferre 1:30 Opioid-galanin receptor heteromers determine the dopaminergic effects of opioids Section Chief Leandro Vendruscolo 1:55 Heroin addiction engages stress systems and negative emotional learning brain circuits Staff Scientist Chloe Jordan 2:20 Highly selective dopamine D3 receptor antagonists attenuate oxycodone reward and augment analgesia in rodents Post-doctoral fellow Coffee break 2:45 Jennifer Bossert 3:15 A rat model of opioid agonist maintenance therapy: effect of novel mu opioid receptor agonists Staff Scientist Kenzie Preston 3:40 Relapse prevention with clonidine: from the rat model to the community Branch Chief David Epstein 4:05 What’s Odd about OUD: Translational Issues Unique to Opioids Section Chief Kurt Rasmussen 4:30 Discussant Division Chief, NIDA HQ Wilson Compton 4:45 Concluding remarks NIDA-IRP, Atrium of the BRC Bldg.; Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus, Baltimore Adrienne Snyder adrienne.snyder@nih.gov false MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS

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