Overview

Students learn about the brain with faculty Ed Levin, Ph.D.

The Center on Addiction and Behavior Change (CABC) at Duke aims to translate basic research advances in brain and behavioral science into effective prevention, early intervention and treatment of addiction and other behavior disorders. Inquiry spans all levels from molecular and cellular, to pre-clinical animal models, to human laboratory, to clinical trials. The CABC is administered by the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences.

 

Co-directors: Ed Levin and Tim Strauman

Education Director: Cynthia Kuhn

Medical Director: Ashwin Patkar

Senior Advisor: T. K. Li

 

The CABC sponsors a seminar series, research discussions, and workshops. Join our mailing list to receive notification of these events.

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The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences is a scientific institute with a collaborative spirit and a commitment to education, service and knowledge across disciplines. We encourage creativity, taking risks, sharing ideas and working together.

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