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DESPR Research Training Workgroup

What We Do:

To develop and implement a strategic plan to advance research training and career development for the next generation of public health scientists in drug abuse epidemiology, services, and prevention research. The workgroup identifies training goals for a variety of training mechanisms, conducts outreach and grant development activities in each program area, and monitors progress of training accomplishments for each Fiscal Year.

Workgroup Members:

Aria Crump, Ph.D., Chair
Kathy Etz, Ph.D.
Belinda Sims, Ph.D.
Sarah K Duffy, Ph.D.

This page was last updated December 31, 2011.

Featured Publication

Featured Publication

Drugs, Brains, and Behavior - The Science of Addiction

As a result of scientific research, we know that addiction is a disease that affects both brain and behavior.

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