Congratulations to the recipients!
- PI: Tim O'Neal, PhD Student, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Seattle Children's Research Institute; Susan Ferguson, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences (Mentor) In Vivo Monitoring of Medium Spiny Neuron Ca2+ Dynamics in a Rodent Model of Heroin Addiction
- PI: Douglas S. Ramsay, DMD, PhD, MSD, Professor and Chair, Oral Health Sciences, and Karl J. Kaiyala, Research Associate Professor Emeritus. Develop and Validate Ethanol Vapor Self-Administration in Rats: Pilot Data to Study Addictive Vulnerability to Alcohol
- PI: Cynthia A. Stappenbeck, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, An Examination of the Use of Mobile Breathalyzers to Assess Alcohol Intoxication Levels in Real Time
- PI: Michele Cadigan, PhD Student, NSF Graduate Research Fellow, Sociology; Alexes Harris, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Sociology (Mentor), Defining Safe Cannabis Use in a Legal Context: A Market Perspective
- PI: Kathleen Pagulayan, PhD, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences; Elaine Peskind, MD, Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences; and Todd Richards, PhD, Professor, Radiology (Co-investigators), Relationship Between Cannabis Use and Persisting Post-Concussive Symptoms in Veterans with a History of Mild Post-Traumatic Brain Injury
- PI: Andrea Stone, PhD, Assistant Professor, Nursing and Health Sciences, UW Bothell. I-502 County-Level Voting and Local Adolescent Marijuana Use: Do Risk Factor (Perceived Harm and Availability) Associations and Trends Differ by Grade?
You can read abstracts of these projects here.
The next deadline for ADAI Small Grant applications is October 15, 2018. Read more about ADAI's Small Grants Program and application process on the Small Grant web page.