Dr. Molly Magill will be presenting, "Training Common Factors in Addictions Treatment: Teaching Frontline Providers to do What They Already do, but Really Really Well" at the 17th Annual INEBRIA Conference on brief interventions in addictions on September 22-24.
The Center for Alcohol and Addiction studies is thrilled to welcome the new Fall 2021 Postdoctoral Fellows who will spend the next few years focused on innovative research, advanced dissemination and implementation strategies, and public education. Our fellows will be conducting high quality research in the early intervention and treatment of alcohol and other drug problems and be engaged in rigorous interdisciplinary training in addiction science and grant writing through a combination of didactic and practical training and individualized mentorship from leading researchers and clinical sc
Emily Alton, MA, a 2020 graduate of Rhode Island College, with a MA in Psychology, has joined CAAS as a new Research Assistant. Emily will be working in Dr. Patricia Cioe's lab on Project Preload, a clinical trial examining the efficacy of starting nicotine replacement therapy prior to quit date in smokers with HIV. She will also be working in Dr. Christopher Kahler's lab on the ReACH-3 project.
The Project RAVEN team is happy to welcome Jake Tempchin, their new Senior Research Assistant, to CAAS and Brown. Jake is a recent graduate of the Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences master’s program at The Graduate Center CUNY and also recently earned an advanced certificate in Comparative Effectiveness & Implementation Research Training from the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
Grace Kim, a Brown University undergraduate student, finished her SPRINT/UTRA summer internship with Dr. Sarah Helseth by presenting a virtual poster at the 2021 Summer Research Symposium. Her work described caregivers perceptions of mobile health (mHealth) apps to reduce cannabis use among justice-involved youth.
In a new paper, Dr. Tara White and Meg Gonsalves propose that human rights are deeply rooted in human brain science, which provides a novel evidentiary base informing the universality, scope, and content of human rights and their relationship to human dignity.