NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse

28 Archived Projects

Title Investigator Start
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Treating Chinese Smokers with Interactive Expert Systems Tsoh
The Medical Consequences of Different Types of Heroin Ciccarone
Opioids & HIV Medications: Interactions in Drug Abusers McCance-Katz
Evaluation of Harmful Effects of Cannabis Smoke on Vascular Endothelial Function Springer
Testing Medical Marijuana's Unintended Consequences for Youth and Young Adults Schmidt
Intermittent Naltrexone among Polysubstance-using Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) Santos
Enhancing Civilian Support for Military Tobacco Control Malone
Pain Management in Clinic & Community Knight
Analytical Services Center for Medications Development Program
Marketing, FDA communication, tobacco perceptions and use in addiction treatment Guydish
The Impact of Health Care Reform on Addiction and HIV Services Satre
Drug Abuse Treatment/Services Research Training Program Sorensen
A Family-Focused Intervention for Asian American Male Smokers Tsoh
Culturally relevant intervention development for incarcerated transgender women Sevelius
Heroin in Transition Ciccarone
Clinical Pharmacology of Electronic Cigarettes Benowitz
START: Study of Trauma and Reduction of HIV Transmission Rush
RCT of an integrative intervention for non-treatment-seeking meth users Carrico
Western States Node of the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network Sorensen
Drug Use and HIV/STI Risk Trajectories in Court-Involved, Non-Incarcerated Youth Tolou-Shams
Dopamine receptor trafficking in drug sensitization and behavioral flexibility Whistler
PrEP disengagement in stimulant and heavy alcohol using men who have sex with men and transgender women. Hojilla
Using Facebook to address smoking and heavy drinking in young adults Ramo
Cambodia Integrated HIV and Drug Prevention Implementation Stein
Social Media Intervention for Young Adult Smokers Ramo
Adolescent ENDS Use, Nicotine Metabolism and Toxicant Exposure Rubinstein
Treatment with Lorcaserin for Cocaine Use - The TLC Study Santos
Genetic Variation in the Neuropeptide S Receptor and Opioid Abuse Liability Whistler