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May 24, 2017 Retreat

The focus of the Retreat will be gut-brain interactions, especially as they relate to addictive behavior and biomedical consequences of alcohol.

Our keynote speakers will be:

1. Craig McClain, M.D. Professor, School of Medicine, University of Louisville

2. Philippe de Timary, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Institute of Neurosciences, Academic Hospital Saint-Luc

 

For more information:

Betsy Giaimo: mgiaim@lsuhsc.edu


 
Important Links

NOLA Behavioral Resources
Information about the crisis line,
the behavioral health resource
guide and the guide for children/youth

Biomedical Alcohol
Research Training Program

T32 training program

Rethinking drinking -
What's your pattern?

http://rethinkingdrinking.
niaaa.nih.gov/IsYour
DrinkingPatternRisky/
WhatsYourPattern.asp

Drug Demand Reduction Coalition and
the Community Substance Use Health Profile

http://arc-associates.net/
community_needs_assess
ment/new_orleans_cna

 

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Welcome to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center

The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center stimulates interdisciplinary collaborative efforts for
research and teaching and the dissemination of pertinent information in the area of
alcohol and drug abuse. This Center enhances the research capabilities of scientists,
stimulates collaborative research efforts and strengthens educational activities in the
biomedical aspects of alcohol and substance abuse throughout the Health Sciences Center.
The Center is directed toward building upon existing strength, expanding and elevating
our reputation in substance-abuse research, treatment and prevention.

Sincerely,

Patricia Molina, MD, PhD
Director, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center
Professor and Head, Department of Physiology

Click here to visit the Alcohol Research Center

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