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News Releases for 2009
12/15/09 NIDA Director Honored By French Government With Top Science Award For Addiction Research
12/14/09 Teen Methamphetamine Use, Cigarette Smoking at Lowest Levels in NIDA's 2009 Monitoring the Future Survey
11/19/09 NIDA Stimulus Grant to Assess the Benefits of Counseling with HIV
11/06/09 NIDA Launches New Substance Abuse Resources to Help Fill Gaps in Medical Education
10/30/09 Federal Stimulus Grant Supports Crucial Study of Anti-Nicotine Vaccine
10/05/09 Cocaine Vaccine Shows Promise for Treating Addiction
10/01/09 Teleconference Discussion of Results from Cocaine Vaccine Study
09/21/09 NIDA's 2009 Avant-Garde Awards for Innovative HIV/AIDS Research Announced
09/07/09 Innovative Community-Based Prevention Dramatically Reduces Risky Behavior in 10-14 Year Olds
09/04/09 Drug Czar, Top Federal Experts Use Virtual Town Hall to Announce Success of Major Community Based Drug Prevention Effort
JULY 2009
7/30/09 NIH and VA Announce $7 Million Partnership for Substance Abuse Research among Military Personnel, Veterans and their Families
7/08/09 Time to Hepatitis C Infection in Injection Drug Users Lengthening in Developed Countries
JUNE 2009
6/18/09 NIDA Study Shows School-Based Prevention Program Reduces Problem Behaviors in Fifth Graders By Half
MAY 2009
5/15/09 The Impact of Third Hand Smoke on Risk for Genetic Mutations Wins First Place Addiction Science Award at 2009 Intel ISEF Competition
5/15/09 NIDA Study Suggests Low-Key Anti-Smoking Ads Are More Likely to Be Remembered than Attention-Grabbing Messages
5/13/09 NIDA Study Reveals Widespread Effects of Cocaine on Genome Structure and Function
APRIL 2009
4/20/09 NIDA Launches Drug Use Screening Tools for Physicians
MARCH 2009
3/16/09 Study Helps Unravel Mysteries of Brain's Endocannabinoid System
3/4/09 Combination of Genes and Prenatal Exposure to Smoking Increases Teens' Risk of Disruptive Behavior
2/2/09 NIDA Study Shows That Methylphenidate (Ritalin) Causes Neuronal Changes in Brain Reward Areas
1/13/09 Drug Abusing Offenders Not Getting Treatment They Need in Criminal Justice System
1/6/09 NIDA Releases a New Research Report on Comorbidity of Addiction and Other Mental Illnesses
1/2/09 Addressing Substance Abuse and Comorbidities among Military Personnel, Veterans, and Their Families: A Research Agenda
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