We’re highlighting women leading our neuro research efforts at the University of Florida. Next, we're highlighting Dr. Sara Jo Nixon, the director of the Center for Addiction Research & Education.
Under $1.1 million NIH grant, study will analyze impact of COVID-19 stressors on alcohol use and long-term well-being in older adults.
Dr. Sara Jo Nixon provides the latest research into long-term effects of alcohol use disorder on neurocognition.
UF among universities contributing to research program that will generate robust data about how young brains mature.
In The Conversation, Dr. Sara Jo Nixon discusses holiday drinking, how much is “too much,” and offers tactics for responsible drinking during celebratory times.
Experts from diverse fields united to share perspectives on the opioid crisis during annual CARE symposium.
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.
UF is part of the largest long-term study of brain development and health in children.
Sara Jo Nixon, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry, earned the Research Society on Alcoholism’s 2018 Henri Begleiter Award for Excellence in Research.