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Drug Abuse Prevention Research Fellowship Trains "Next Generation" of Mexican Prevention Research Scientists

News – Discusses the research focus and accomplishments of the first U.S.–Mexico Drug Abuse Prevention Research Fellow, Dr. Argentina Servin.

Australian State Honors Director for Developing Online Master's Degree in Addiction Studies

News – Announces a teaching award for the Australian director of the International Programme in Addiction Studies.

NIDA Selects INVEST and INVEST/CTN Fellows

News – Announces NIDA International Program postdoctoral fellowships awarded to scientists from Indonesia, Ireland, and Ukraine.

International AIDS Society, NIDA Select New Fellows

News – Announces the 2012 International AIDS Society/NIDA postdoctoral and professional development fellowships awarded to scientists from Bangladesh, Greece, Iran, and Tajikistan.

NIDA Awards Tuition Waiver to Dutch Summer Institute

News – Announces the U.S. researcher who will attend a 2-week, multidisciplinary course in The Netherlands that will review research on drug abuse policy models, prevention, and evidence-based treatment.

New NIDA International Program Fellowship Application Deadlines

News – Announces new application deadlines for NIDA's INVEST, INVEST/CTN, and U.S.--Mexico Prevention research fellowships.

New Prescription Drug Curriculum Available

News – Announces a new online curriculum for clinicians on prescription drug abuse within the context of chronic pain management.

USAID Adopts New Ethics Rules

News – Highlights a new USAID policy outlining scientific integrity principles designed to ensure quality, methodological rigor, and ethical standards in research activities.

South African Investigator Receives International Traveling Fellowship Award

News – Announces the recipient of the 2012 International Traveling Fellowship Award based on substance abuse and addiction research.

Two New Online Resources Enhance Research Methods

News – Describes two online tools to assist substance abuse researchers to standardize research methods and compare data across studies.

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