UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATIONS: Training in Drug Abuse Related Research

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This program continued to provide support for four predoctoral and two postdoctoral trainees and included a training faculty of 16 drawn from six different academic and research units of the University. These faculty are from the departments of Neurology, Psychology, Anatomy and Neurobiology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. Each of trainess continued to work on projects related to the NIDA funded research of their mentors. The training program utilizes an integrated approach to the study of the fundamental principles of basic research in drug abuse. The underlying theme of the program is that drug addiction alters fundamental cell and macromolecular processes resulting in long term changes in neural plasticity.
Effective start/end date6/1/036/30/14


  • National Institute on Drug Abuse


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