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CPDD Annual Meeting

June 20 – 24, 2020
The Diplomat Beach Resort – Hollywood, Florida

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Late-Breaking Research: April 17, 2020

From biological predictors of addiction and relapse to pain signaling, NIDA Director Dr. Nora Volkow reviews our 2019 research and looks ahead to future discoveries.

Interested in cannabis / cannabinoid research? We're hiring postdoctoral fellows to join the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative team. Please spread the word! @ICRS_Society @ccictweeter @CPDD19

I’m looking for a postdoc!

Interested in mindfulness, opioids, chronic pain, EEG, fMRI, or HRV?

The U of Utah Center on Mindfulness & Integrative Health Intervention Development is hiring! DM or email me for details!

#mindfulness #addiction #opioids #pain @CPDD19

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@MegHaneyPhD @CPDD19 Advocacy day for CPDD today. We met with US House of Representatives and Congressional staff to talk about substance use disorder research, use of evidence-based science informing policy and support of NIDA funding

Register for the 2020 CPDD Annual Scientific Meeting
June 20– 24, 2020 @ The Diplomat Beach Resort
Early Bird Rate: (thru April 15, 2020)
Member-In-Training $400 - Member $575 - Non-Member $875 - Non-Member Student $550 – Non-Member Post Doc $625 - Developing Countries $450

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About The College

The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. Read More 

Drug Policy Statements

A key part of CPDD’s mission is to provide both policymakers and the media with accurate, science-based position statements on matters of drug policy. Insofar as the common goal of all drug policy is to reduce harm and relieve suffering, we believe that the science often speaks for itself, and when presented in a balanced and nuanced manner, can help point the way to effective and reasonable public policy and advocacy initiatives. Learn More