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Genetics Research Resources
Revised November 2015
NIDA supports state-of-the-art genetic/genomic and epigenetic research in the basic, clinical and population sciences of drug addiction. Elucidation of genetic factors, their interactions with behavioral, social, and physical environments, and their relationship to specific phenotypes and associated outcomes including HIV/AIDS, are critical to determining addiction vulnerabilities, and will ultimately help facilitate diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Read more...
Funding for Genetics Research:
- Genetics Funding Opportunity Announcements
- Human Genetics Grant Application Guidelines
- NIH and NIDA Data Sharing Policies
- Use NIH RePORTER to see NIDA Genetics Portfolio
NIDA Resources and Contacts:
- NIDA Genetics Workgroup
- NIDA Genetics Study Center (biorepository)
- Genetics, Epigenetics and Developmental Neuroscience Branch (GEDN)
- Genetics Workgroup Contacts at NIDA
- Selected Publications on the Genetics of Addiction
Other Genetics Resources:
- Collaborative Opportunities in Genetics Research
- Epigenetic Resources
- Gene Expression
- Human Genetics
- Knowledgebase for Addiction Related Genes (KARG)
- Phenotype-Genotype Integrator
- Twin Registries
Cell Biology and Neuroscience Resources:
Jonathan D. Pollock, Ph.D.
Chair, NIDA Genetics Workgroup
6001 Executive Drive, RM 4274
Bethesda, MD 20892