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National Hispanic Science Network

About NIDA

The National Hispanic Science Network (NHSN) evolved from NIDA's Hispanic Researchers and Scholars Work Group. The Network is designed to enhance communication; increase the dissemination of research knowledge to practitioners, clinicians, and the public; and mentor Hispanic students and scientists interested in careers in drug abuse and addiction research. Activities include an annual conference and a summer research training institute for students and new investigators. Click the link below for a listing of NHSN's Steering Committee.

Member Listing (PDF, 29KB)

This page was last updated March 28, 2012.

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