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Dec 18

Periodic Tables: Once and Future Plague

Sherryl Broverman
Jan 9

Hippocampal Neuregulin 3 Signaling Mediates Affective Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms

Jill Turner, Ph. D., South Carolina College of Pharmacy
Jan 30

Can the FDA use science and policy to change how people use nicotine and improve public health?

Eric Donny, Ph. D., Wake Forest University
Feb 27

The Benefits of Implementation Science: Outcomes of Alcohol Consumption and HIV Medication Adherence Among Women in South Africa

Wendee Wechsberg, Ph.D., Research Triangle Institute International
Mar 20

Evaluating the Impact of Cannabis on PTSD, Suicidal Behavior and Functioning

Dr. Nathan Kimbrel, PhD, Duke University

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