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NIDA Sponsored Meetings

  • October 18-20, 2004 - Drug Abuse: A Workshop on Behavioral & Economic Research - Hyatt Regency Bethesda, Bethesda, MD (Glantz. Compton, Shurtleff, Schnur, Grant)
  • October 22, 2004 - NIDA Mini-Convention: Frontiers in Addiction Research - Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, CA. - Meeting details and Online Registration.
  • November 5-7, 2004 - Naturceuticals (Natural Products), Nutraceuticals, Herbal Botanicals, and Psychoactives; Discovery and Drug-Drug Interactions - Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland - NIDA contact: Dr. Rao Rapaka - Meeting Details & Registration
  • November 9-10, 2004 - Tobacco Dependence Characterization & Measurement - Bethesda Marriott (formerly Pooks Hill) Bethesda, MD - (Corrigall/Conway/Vocci)
  • December 1-2, 2004 - Behavioral Treatment Research in the Criminal Justice Involved Populations - Washingtonian Marriott Rio Center, Gaithersburg, MD - (McNamara)
  • December 12-16, 2004 - The American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) 43rd Annual Meeting - Caribe Hilton in San Juan, PR

    NIDA is sponsoring several panels at ACNP 43rd Annual Meeting including:
    1. Substance Abuse in the 21st Century: What Problems Lie Ahead for the Baby Boomers? (Condon/Weiss) - December 13, 2004
    2. Glia & Astrocytes as Modulators of Synaptic Function (Pollock) - December 13, 2004
    3. Molecular Genetics of Addiction & Treatment (Uhl) - December14, 2004
  • January 25-26, 2005 - Multi-Problem Youth: Who Are They, Where Are They and Are We Helping Them? - Bethesda Marriott (formerly Pooks Hill), Bethesda, MD - (Robertson/Reider)

Other Meetings of Interest

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Past Meeting Summaries

NIDA Committee Meetings

Employment Opportunities


What's New Contents

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A Compilation of Information on Stress and Drug Abuse.


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