Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program

Examples of Funded Grants*

Clinical and Social Sciences

Communications - Pilot Test of a CD-ROM Intervention to Prevent Impaired Teen Driving

Human Development - Development of a Culturally Appropriate Substance Abuse Prevention Program for American Indian Teens on the Colville Reservation

Communications - Effective Communication with Rebels for the Prevention of Binge Drinking: Fear versus Humor Tactics

Psychology - Substance Abuse and Psychopathology: an Interactive Decompensation Model

Basic Biomedical Sciences

VCAPP - Effect of Sleep on Extinction of Cocaine Conditioned Place Preference Behavior

Psychology - Sex Differences in Biodisposition of Cannabinoids

Chemistry - Non-Covalent Binding of Drugs with Hair

VCAPP - Alterations in Striatal Clock Gene Expression During Drug Addiction Relapse is Dependent Upon the Circadian Pacemaker

VCAPP - Role of the Circadian Pacemaker in Cocaine Addiction Relapse

WSU Spokane – Exercise Science - Protective Effect of Ethanol Against Endothelial Cell Damage Caused by Hypoxia and Reoxygenation: Role of Protein Kinase C and Adenosine Receptors

VCAPP - Alcohol and Sleep: Role of GHRH

Psychology (1/4 Time RA) - Sex Differences in NMDA Antagonist-Opioid Interactions

Psychology - Dynamic Changes in the Value of Ethanol Reinforcers

Psychology/WSU Vancouver - Contribution of the Periaqueductal Gray to Morphine Tolerance

VCAPP/An.Sci./Pharmacy - Fetal Alcohol Exposure in Swine: An Animal Model for Investigating the Effect of Alcohol on Aggression and Play Behavior

Pharmaceutical Sciences - Pharmacological Alteration of c-Fos Expression in Mice Exposed to N2O

Chemistry - Dopamine Transporter (DAT) Protein Functional Groups in Dopamine Transport and DAT Inhibition by the Amphetamines and Cocaine

VCAPP - Effect of Electroconvulsive Seizure on Relapse to Cocaine-Seeking Behavior in Rats

Chemistry (1/4 Time RA) - Investigation of Dopamine Transporter (DAT) Functional Groups Important in both the Dopamine Transport Process and DAT Inhibition by Cocaine

Psychology - Ethanol-induced Suppression of LTP is Offset by an AT4 Receptor Agonist: Search for a Mechanism(s) of Action

Psychology - The Role of Hippocampal Long-term Potentiation in Binge-drinking-induced Memory Loss

* The following statement must be included in publications resulting from investigations supported from these funds, either as footnotes or in "acknowledgments" in the publications: "This investigation was supported in part by funds provided for medical and biological research by the State of Washington Initiative Measure No. 171."
















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