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Acknowledgments

Huda Akil

Mental Health Research Institute

University of Michigan

Douglas Anglin

Drug Abuse Research Center

University of California, Los Angeles

Robert Balster

Medical College of Virginia

Albert Bandura

Stanford University

Guardia Bannister

Providence Hospital

Washington, DC

Deborah Beck

Drug and Alcohol Service Providers

Organization of Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, PA

Jack Bergman

Harvard University

Warren Bickel

University of Vermont

Floyd Bloom

The Scripps Research Institute

La Jolla, CA

Joseph Brady

Johns Hopkins University

School of Medicine

Barry Brown

Consultant

Carolina Beach, NC

William E. Bunney

California College of Medicine

University of California, Irvine

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Acknowledgements." Institute of Medicine. 1996. Pathways of Addiction: Opportunities in Drug Abuse Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5297.
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Marilyn Carroll

University of Minnesota

School of Medicine

Marsha Chaiken

LINC

Alexandria, VA

Laurie Chassin

Arizona State University

Anna Rose Childress

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Alec Christoff

D.C. Pretrial Services Agency

Washington, DC

Linda Collins

Center for Developmental and Health Research Methodology

Pennsylvania State University

R. Lorraine Collins

Research Institute on Addictions

Buffalo, NY

Jean Comolli

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Rockville, MD

Tim Condon

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Rockville, MD

Linda Cottler

Washington University School of Medicine

Joseph T. Coyle

Harvard Medical School

Thomas J. Crowley

University of Colorado School of Medicine

Thomas D'Aunno

University of Chicago

Miriam Davis

Science and Health Policy

Consultant

Silver Spring, MD

Nancy Day

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Don Des Jarlais

Chemical Dependency Institute

National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.

New York City

Glen Elliott

University of California, San Francisco

Margaret Ensminger

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Jeffrey Fagan

Columbia University

John Falk

Rutgers University

Ronald A. Feldman

The Columbia University School of Social Work

Loretta P. Finnegan

National Institutes of Health

Rockville, MD

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Acknowledgements." Institute of Medicine. 1996. Pathways of Addiction: Opportunities in Drug Abuse Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5297.
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Joanna S. Fowler

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Upton, NY

Deborah Frank

Boston University School of Medicine

Ellen Frank

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Alfred Friedman

Belmont Medical Center

Philadelphia

Saunji Fyffe

National Institute of Justice

Rockville, MD

Suzanne Gelber

Brandeis University

Barry Glick

Fighting Back

Washington, DC

Avram Goldstein

Stanford University

Denise C. Gottfredson

University of Maryland

College Park

Elizabeth Griffin

Baltimore Coalition Against Substance Abuse

Baltimore, MD

Beatrix A. Hamburg

William T. Grant Foundation

New York City

Roger Hartman

Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs)

Washington, DC

Jimmie C.B. Holland

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

New York City

Philip S. Holzman

Harvard University

Connie Horgan

Institute for Health Policy

Brandeis University

Steven Hyman

National Institute of Mental Health

Rockville, MD

Chris-Ellyn Johanson

Wayne State University School of Medicine

David E. Joranson

University of Wisconsin Medical School

Yifrah Kaminer

University of Connecticut Health Center

Stephen R. Kandall

Beth Israel Medical Center

New York City

Denise Kandel

Columbia University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Acknowledgements." Institute of Medicine. 1996. Pathways of Addiction: Opportunities in Drug Abuse Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5297.
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Eric Kandel

Columbia University

Howard B. Kaplan

Texas A & M University

Herbert D. Kleber

Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse

New York City

Thomas R. Kosten

Yale University

Alan Leshner

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Rockville, MD

David Lewis

Brown University

Richard Lopez

D.C. General Hospital

Washington, DC

Spero Manson

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

G. Alan Marlatt

University of Washington

Linda Mayes

Yale University School of Medicine

Duane McBride

Andrews University

Nancy A. McLaughlin

Hunton and Williams

Richmond, VA

Nancy Mello

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center

McLean Hospital

Belmont, MA

Kathleen Merikangas

Yale University School of Medicine

Robert Michels

Cornell University Medical College

Klaus Miczek

Tufts University

Mark Moore

Harvard University School of Medicine

David Musto

Yale University School of Medicine

Kenrad Nelson

The Johns Hopkins University

Charles P. O'Brien

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Eugene R. Oetting

Colorado State University

Perry Renshaw

McLean Hospital

Belmont, MA

Peter Reuter

University of Maryland

College Park

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Acknowledgements." Institute of Medicine. 1996. Pathways of Addiction: Opportunities in Drug Abuse Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5297.
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Dorothy Rice

Institute for Health and Aging

University of California, San Francisco

Cynthia Robbins

University of Delaware

Lee N. Robins

Washington University School of Medicine

Terry Robinson

University of Michigan

David Rosenbloom

Join Together

Boston

Sally Satel

Consultant

Washington, DC

Marc Schuckit

San Diego, CA

Charles Schuster

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Steven S. Sharfstein

The Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital

Baltimore, MD

D. Wayne Simpson

Texas Christian University

Maxine Stitzer

Johns Hopkins University

Jeffrey Swanson

Psychiatric Epidemiology and Health Services Research Program

Duke University Medical Center

Ralph E. Tarter

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Gary Tischler

The Neuropsychiatric Institute

University of California School of Medicine, Los Angeles

William Vodra

Arnold and Porter

Washington, DC

Nora Volkow

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Upton, NY

Stephen Waxman

Yale University School of Medicine

Ellen A. Wortella

University of Texas at Austin

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Drug abuse persists as one of the most costly and contentious problems on the nation's agenda. Pathways of Addiction meets the need for a clear and thoughtful national research agenda that will yield the greatest benefit from today's limited resources.

The committee makes its recommendations within the public health framework and incorporates diverse fields of inquiry and a range of policy positions. It examines both the demand and supply aspects of drug abuse.

Pathways of Addiction offers a fact-filled, highly readable examination of drug abuse issues in the United States, describing findings and outlining research needs in the areas of behavioral and neurobiological foundations of drug abuse. The book covers the epidemiology and etiology of drug abuse and discusses several of its most troubling health and social consequences, including HIV, violence, and harm to children.

Pathways of Addiction looks at the efficacy of different prevention interventions and the many advances that have been made in treatment research in the past 20 years. The book also examines drug treatment in the criminal justice setting and the effectiveness of drug treatment under managed care.

The committee advocates systematic study of the laws by which the nation attempts to control drug use and identifies the research questions most germane to public policy. Pathways of Addiction provides a strategic outline for wise investment of the nation's research resources in drug abuse. This comprehensive and accessible volume will have widespread relevance--to policymakers, researchers, research administrators, foundation decisionmakers, healthcare professionals, faculty and students, and concerned individuals.

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