The Neuroscience of Addiction (formerly called Cellular Biology of Addiction) was first offered in 2001 by Randy Blakely, Bertha Madras, and Nora Volkow as a biennial course. In 2015, the course began to be offered annually - in CSHL on the years that end with an odd number, and in Europe on the other years - and over 230 scientists have participated in the lecture-based course. To interact with your fellow alums, make sure to join the alumni community on Facebook and Twitter.
News, Features & Highlights
Ian Mendez ‘17 returned to campus for the CSHL Seminar Series. He gave a talk on “New Insights on Brain Mechanisms Driving Reward Seeking Behaviors.”
Watch Dionna Williams' feature by NIDA during its Office of Diversity and Health Disparities Diversity Supplement workshop.
Congrats to Dionna Williams '17 on the tenure-track assistant professor position at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine!
Congrats to Sadie Nennig '17 whose paper was published in Neuropsychopharmacology!
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