O’NEILL ADDICTION SCIENCE EDUCATION AWARDS

 

2021
Stephen Gironda, PhD Candidate
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Advocating for Better Addiction Research and Policy on a Local, National, and International Level

  
 
2019
Lia Smith, MA
University of Houston
Dissemination of Clinically-Relevant Findings related to PTSD and Alcohol Use Disorder in Vulnerable Populations

 

2018
David S Fink, MPhil, MPH

Department of Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Association Between Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Nonfatal and Fatal Drug Overdoses: A Systematic Review

2017
Ravi Das, PhD
University College London
Rewriting Drinking Memories

  

2015

Caroline Miller, MSW, BA

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Social Support Theory and Stigma: Examining Social Support and Its Efficacy for Stigma Reduction for Recently Deployed Veterans

 

2015

John Harkness. PhD Candidate

Oregon Health & Science University

The Northwest Addiction and Neuroscience Education Collaboration

 

2013

Sarah Bagley, MD

Boston University Medical Center

Characteristics of Family Members Who Receive Overdose Education in the Community

 

2010

Daniel “Max” Crowley

Pennsylvania State University

The PROSPER Project – PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience

 

2006

Michaela Bitarello do Amaral

Federal University of São Paulo in Brazil

Screening followed by a brief intervention through primary-care and law-enforcement settings

 

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