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Addictions and Gender
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
3:30 to 5:00 pm
Bakst Auditorium, BU School of Medicine
New research with human and nonhuman participants has confirmed that gender differences are manifested differently in the addictions.
- Irina Zhdanova, MD, Ph.D.
Professor, BU School of Medicine, Anatomy & Neurobiology
- Kimberly Leite-Morris, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, BU School of Medicine, Psychiatry
- Susan Michelle Mosher Ruiz, Ph.D.
Laboratory for Neuropscyhology, BU School of Medicine
- Joni Utley, PsyD
VA Boston Healthcare System
Marlene Oscar Berman, Ph.D.
Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Anatomy & Neurobiology
VA Research Career Scientist
Director, Ph.D. Program in Behavioral Neuroscience
BU School of Medicine
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Research Seminar : Transdisciplinary Research in Addiction Science
Thursday, February 14, 2013 Keefer Auditorium, BU School of Medicine was open to all BU faculty, staff and students Although much has been learned about the behaviors and biochemical imbalances associated with addictions, research leading to effective treatments has been slow. Addiction researchers using clinical and epidemiological approaches usually do not collaborate with those conducting basic research in cells and animal models because they do not share the same language, skill sets or perspective. By comparison, there are areas in which a new generation of bilingual scientists has emerged, such as breast cancer and cardiovascular disease, and not surprisingly these are the areas where the most dramatic clinical progress has been made. This seminar will focus on strategies for studying addictions and other complex diseases that integrate population, computational and basic science approaches.