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The NIDA Networking Project (NNP) provides opportunities for information sharing and research collaboration among NIDA’s networks across the country. The NNP gives researchers and clinicians access to networks’ locations, people, expertise, and resources to help synergize efforts, improve efficiency, and accelerate scientific discovery. 

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What's New

NIDA 'DrugPubs' Service
Ordering NIDA publications is now available at: 1-877-NIDA-NIH (1-877-643-2644); or 1-240-645-0228 (TDD). You can email orders to: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it   or fax them to: 240-645-0227. Online ordering will be available soon.
Changes in Peer Review
The implementation of changes in NIH peer review will begin in January-February 2009. These changes will be timed to apply to all three standard review/award cycles in each fiscal year. Read more…
Vouchers Decrease Smoking During & After Pregnancy
University of Vermont investigators found that vouchers given to pregnant women contingent upon smoking abstinence are an effective way to decrease maternal smoking and improve fetal growth. Read more…
Drug Effects on Aging Brain
NIDA scientists review literature of current trends and projected prevalence estimates of substance abuse among older adults and how the drugs of abuse affect the aging brain. Read more…
FY 2009 RFAs

Jan 27, 2009

Behavioral Pharmacology and Genetics: Translating & Targeting Individual Differences (R03), RFA-DA-09-016 (R03)

Jan 29, 2009

Interactions between Physical Activity & Drug Abuse, RFA-DA-09-013 (R01), RFA-DA-09-014 (R03)

Feb 27, 2009 Translational Research on the Clinical Neurobiology of Drug Addiction (P20), RFA-DA-09-012 (P20)

Mar 24-26, 2009

CTN Steering Committee


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