Shelby Blaes is the latest MBI Rising Star, a video series highlighting up-and-coming neuroscience researchers at UF.
Dr. Scott Teitelbaum and the Association of American Medical Colleges colleagues urged lawmakers to pass the Opioid Workforce Act. It would fund 1,000 new addiction medicine residencies, easing the shortage of physicians who specialize in the treatment of substance use disorder.
In The Conversation, Dr. Sara Jo Nixon discusses holiday drinking, how much is “too much,” and offers tactics for responsible drinking during celebratory times.
Dr. Jeremy McIntyre is featured in our first installment of MBI Rising Stars, highlighting up-and-coming neuroscience researchers at UF.
In a new eLife article, UF neuroscientists examine brain mechanisms involved with the ability to delay gratification in older and younger adults.
Experts from diverse fields united to share perspectives on the opioid crisis during annual CARE symposium.
Annual UF Center for Addiction Research & Education Symposium: "Opioids and the Brain: Mechanisms and Impact."
About 90,000 Americans die from alcohol use disorder each year. NIAAA Director Dr. George Koob discusses the magnitude of the problem and where research is headed.
NIAA Director Dr. George Koob discussed the state of alcohol use disorders in the U.S. and the pursuit of new treatment targets during the seventh annual Luttge Lectureship in Neuroscience.
Alcohol and Drug Addiction: The Gain in the Brain is in the Pain.